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How To Value A Gold Number
  How do you define a good Gold Mobile Number? You can relate the grade names of mobile numbers to the price bands of bronze, silver, gold and platinum. Generally, Gold Numbers and Platinum Numbers are the most popular. A Gold Number is more desirable than an average mobile phone number because of its simple and clear number combination. Not only is this a great benefit for you, your family and friends to remember, but it's also impressive for business colleagues. Gold Numbers make good business sense when used in advertising as it raises the profile of your company or service and helps customers to reach you easily. Obviously, every mobile phone number is totally unique, that's how phone calls reach the right person ;-) but it is helpful to understand why the exclusive numbers available to purchase on the mobile number websites can vary so much in price. Understanding more about the various number combinations can help you in your search for the perfect Gold Mobile [...]
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What Is A Platinum Number?
What makes a Platinum Number? Platinum numbers are rated as higher in value than Gold mobile numbers. You can relate the grade names to the price bands of bronze, silver, gold and platinum. Some retailers even take category levels up to diamond and titanium to express the higher value of some very rare numbers. Distinctive and exclusive, each memorable mobile phone number is of course totally unique, but in order to understand why the pricing of some numbers can vary widely, it is helpful to understand the different formats of phone number available. This basic knowledge will help you on your search for the perfect mobile phone number, after all, it can become your mobile number for life, so it's worth getting it right. How are Platinum Mobile Numbers valued? Mobile phone numbers are put into price bands by assessing the quantity of similar numbers in circulation. Desirable number sequences for the last 6 digits can only happen a few times when attached to a prefix. As a ficti [...]
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Finding An Easy Mobile Number
How to find an Easy Mobile Number You can choose an easy mobile number from those already stocked by a retail website, or you could decide on a number that means more to you personally, like your date of birth. This makes up the last 6 digits of the mobile phone number like this:   Date of Birth 6th October 1962 Mobile number would be: 07*** 061062 DOB (Date of Birth) numbers are not expensive, but do require a little patience to find. There are millions of combinations of numbers, and no company can help you with a vague enquiry, as they need to search their database records for your number. So, put together a list of numbers that you would consider, then visit websites that offer a number search service, not all sites offer this service, so you may have to visit a few. Such sites will be able to find the last 6 digits of your chosen number relatively easily - occasionally, but not always, they may be able to find the last 7 digits by looking at the last digit of [...]
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Prosecutors' use of mobile phone tracking is 'junk science,' critics …
At his trial last year on federal kidnapping and conspiracy charges, prosecutors sought to introduce cell tower evidence purporting to show that calls placed from defendant Antonio Evans' cellphone could have come from his ... [...]
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Phone Operator 3 Confirms Data Network Woes
... services are restored in London users of mobile phone firm 3, but internet access for users elsewhere remain down. 11:36am UK, Tuesday 04 June 2013. 3 network website apology. The website apology for the data outage on the 3 mobile phone network ... [...]
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HTC One and Galaxy Note 2 T-Mobile updates today, nothing major
If you are the proud owner of either the HTC One or the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on T-Mobile then your device could well be receiving an update today. T-Mobile USA has issued notices about both of these smartphones and updates that begin today through ... [...]
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Why Change Your Mobile Number?
First of all, consider this - why do you want a new Mobile Number? Figuring this out will help you find what it is you are looking for. There are lots of websites that retail mobile numbers, and there are LOTS of variations of mobile numbers, the search can be a little overwhelming -unless you have a clear idea of the type of mobile number you are searching for. So, for what reason do you want a new number? Here's some of the most common reasons, and the type of number you could consider: Investment level: This level it will gain value due to its rarity. The number format includes digits within the prefix. Look for high end grade titles such as a Platinum Number or Metallic Number. Examples include a single digit repeated e.g. 07*88 888888 or a clear sequence like 07**0 123456. Click on Platinum Number for more details. Business number: These mobile numbers are excellent for advertising your company, or for business partners. Typical examples of numbers are 07*** 247247, 0 [...]
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Memorable Mobile Numbers
What makes a Memorable Mobile Phone Number? There are different ways to make the 11 digits of a mobile number more memorable, and it really is a personal preference as to the format you feel most comfortable with. When looking to buy a memorable mobile number remember it is the last six digits you have most control over. The first five digits are called the 'prefix', and are set to the network the SIM card was originally issued to. Sometimes you will be able to find an easy prefix, which is a great boost to making the number easy to remember. All UK mobile phone prefix's start with 07 leaving the final three digits variable, so you will see mobile phone numbers advertised on websites as 07***, obviously the '*' or missing digit, can be anything from 0 to 9. If you want a number that is easy for YOU to remember, consider an event date; your date of birth for example, or a combination similar to your landline. Look at our Easy Mobile Number page for more details on that format [...]
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With "Fair Go, Bro", Doug Pitt Helps Propel Virgin Mobile To Victory In The …
The 2013 gold medalist, "Fair Go, Bro", brings to life Virgin Mobile Australia's promise of "a fair go for all" not by featuring a famous celebrity spokesperson; instead they gave an unknown sibling with a famous family name a taste of the celebrity ... [...]
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T-Mobile USA sued over geolocation technology
This suit claims infringement of a patent called "System and method for determining the geolocation of a transmitter", which, in this case, relates to the location of cell phones on T-Mobile's network, North South said in a statement Monday. The ... [...]
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Crackdown on Isle of Man mobile phone drivers
Isle of Man Police have launched a new campaign to crack down on drivers who use mobile phones at the wheel. The project is a joint initiative between the Manx government and the island's road safety team. Police said teams will be patrolling major ... [...]
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iPhone 4S drops to £19 a month on Virgin Mobile
Your £19 a month will get you 100 minutes, 250MB of data, and unlimited free calls to other Virgin Mobile handsets. You'll have to sign up to a two-year contract, too. By the time you come to the end of your contract, the iPhone 4S will be four years ... [...]
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Australia the cheapest place to operate a mobile phone, OECD finds
Australia is the cheapest country to operate a mobile phone, according to a comparison of mobile costs in 12 OECD countries. The OECD has published a study of mobile pricing, examining the effect of up-front handset 'discounts' on total cost, and ... [...]
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Why didn't O2 spot fraudulent use of mobile phone?
O2's records show that calls were made over the three days before your granddaughter reported the mobile phone was missing, on her return to England. Then she went into an O2 shop. By then the bill totalled £817.50. Further calls were prevented from ... [...]
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