yes it was brand new i had the sim in it but have not called yet to start my service i was useing it as an ipod until then and i fell asleep in my morning classes it was on my book by my hand and when i woke up everyone was leaving and it was gone some ass walked out with itNope, why did you lose it?
Even if you did have those services turned on, I don't think they help people with stolen/lost phones.
If the phone has no service, it's not on the network. If it's not on the network, AT&T can't track it, sorry to say.and it has no service
How do they know though? Honestly. It was never activated on their network and until it is, they dont have any connection to the device and they arent responsible for it. They may have sold you the device, but that is a different relationship and one that ended when you got the physical device. AT&T is not a law enforcement agent though, and its not their job to act like them. You need to contact the police. However unless the phone was activated, you might not get far.your ****ing right there actuallly trying to sell me another one wtf acting like they care it got stolen
actually i called them they charged me for it but not full price my contract priceSo the iPhone that you got for free has now been stolen? Wow. Isn't that ironic?
actually i called them they charged me for it but not full price my contract priceKarma is a bitch ain't it?
they gave me a separate number to call i was transfering over from t-obile and brining my number with me i had to wait for t-mobile to hand over the number its not something that happens right awayStrange that they didn't activate it when you called them and paid for the phone.
Then T-Mobile must have a copy of your IMEI number, call them and block it.they gave me a separate number to call i was transfering over from t-obile and brining my number with me i had to wait for t-mobile to hand over the number its not something that happens right away
with t-mobile i was using a iphone 4. the iphone 5s is with at&tThen T-Mobile must have a copy of your IMEI number, call them and block it.
pretty sure it doesnt iv transferred a number through carriers 2 times already this is the thirdpretty sure it does