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    Wouldn't that be nice ?

    The Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum (MICAF), which represents the five primary operators, along with BT, Virgin, Nokia, BenQ-Siemens and the biggest mobile retailers said the new code would mean 80 per cent of stolen phones would be blocked on all networks within 48 hours. The companies will get involved in awareness campaigns and provide special anti-crime training to staff.
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    Unfortunately these day they export stolen phones to third world countries, so I dont know how effective this will be. They need a world-wide block, and overseas carriers have little incentive to reduce the number of handsets on their network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE
    I don't think this presents much advantage to CDMA users, we can just call our carriers, tell them the phone has been stolen, and it's ESN is blocked from the network, can be done within 5 minutes. I guess this is more useful for GSM where anyone can take a phone and just put in their sim card.
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    I kind of like this feature of GSM. Makes me hopeful of finding a phone and noone claiming it... lol...
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    Here's an alternative

    Connect this via USB to ya laptop and it sends an SMS to ya Treo sending just enough voltage the new Seidio extended batery and C4 combo.....

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