Losing Your Cellphone Is So Cool

I think I may have dropped the phone (accidentally) during a good nap on my commute back home from college. Apart from the pain of losing some of your old, non-regular contacts, it feels nothing. As a matter of fact, I am happy to live a few days without the annoyance of the same. Getting back the old number on a new handset would turn out to be quite a task since I am taking about Reliance CDMA here. The handset which I lost was an old one having no RUIM (SIM card), so not sure what the actual procedure is.

I guess, I will have to do a bit of research for CDMA handsets. More of them are poor in battery life with complete lack of features.

Last 30 odd days have been real busy. So many things to look forward to, so many things to do, so many ideas exploding in my brain and so many people to be in touch with. All this sometimes makes me go insane, but I live to fight another day or think it never happened.

3 Responses to “Losing Your Cellphone Is So Cool”

  1. Pratham says:

    Very long procedure mate. FIR from police in the region where you lost it. submit that with proof of residence and other documents to the Reliance WebWorld. After a couple of days, get a new Cellphone and then they will activate old number on new phone. sometime, they also create fuss and refuse to do it. In that case, go to some other webworld. Cheers. Take good care next time and do not lose it again. Will make you look fool again!!!

  2. anuj says:

    vishnu was in bombay last week and took your mobile number from me but couldn’t get to you… and your blog post explains why

    lost mobile phone is always a big pain, anyway what needs to be done… needs to be done.

    and ya… i agree with techno, go GSM (unless your family & friends are all using Reliance)

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