Hi. I live in the States & I have an iPhone 4s with Sprint. I'm visiting Thailand & it only took me about 48 hours to accidentally leave my iPhone in a cab which then drove away. It's totally my fault; not blaming anybody & I don't expect to see the phone again. The main part of my question is replacing the phone & is there any way to get my old phone number back again? This is because I'm currently job-searching & with lots of resumes out there, I want people to be able to reach me by the old number. Some amplifying details... Phone is screen-locked and in airplane mode, but wifi is turned on. Therefore, I don't think it will ever show up on FindMyPhone unless it happens to connect to a non-password protected wifi net which is unlikely. There are about 1,000,000 taxi companies in Bangkok & they all look the same, so I have no recollection of the driver or taxi company. I just flagged him down on the street, but there's no way for me to retrace who he was. I'm thinking the driver probably didn't find the phone (it was at night), so most likely the next passenger got it & kept it. With the phone offline, I don't know any way to contact them & offer a reward. I have renters insurance with USAA back home; I'll check the policy but does anyone know if renter's insurance generally covers this kind of loss? And finally, my biggest question... What will Apple/Sprint do for me when I get home? I bought the phone at an Apple store 9 months ago. Is there any way to get my old number back? One saving grace... I had just rerecorded my voice mail greeting, which says "I'm out of country..." and gives a different number for people to reach me. So at least I'm not totally out of touch right now. TIA!