Lost Verizon Cell Phone?

Answer

If you have lost your Verizon cell phone, you can contact their customer service team to have the service suspended. If you had a protection plan that covered a lost phone, you can also contact them to process the claim. If you do not have protection on the phone you will need to purchase a new phone. You can purchase this directly through Verizon or through a third party to save money. Once you have the phone, contact Verizon again to start your service.
Q&A Related to "Lost Verizon Cell Phone?"
In the main medu nder "Settings and Tools" go to "Phone Settings" In that menu find "Security" and press OK. You will be asked for your security code
http://answers.ask.com/Consumer_Electronics/Phone_...
1. Obtain the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) of the Verizon Wireless cell phone that you want to ensure has not been declared lost or stolen. The ESN is a unique number that identifies
http://www.ehow.com/how_5804588_check-cell-phone-l...
Verizon cell phones are carried by the the cell carrier Verizon. You can also purchase them at stores like Target or Best Buy. They have brands such as Samsung, LG and the iPhone.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Verizon_cel...
1. Call AT&T and request the deleted text message for your account. The company is not legally required to provide it and in many cases will require a court order to do so. The
http://www.ehow.com/how_6460115_lost-messages-at_t...
Explore this Topic
A lost cell phone is certainly a hassle, but sometimes it is possible to track them down, even when GPS location is not possible. For instance, if you lose your ...
1. Open the phone or press a button to activate the screen back light. 2. Locate the signal indicators in the top right of the Verizon home screen on the phone ...
1. Obtain the Electronic Serial Number (ESN) of the Verizon Wireless cell phone that you want to ensure has not been declared lost or stolen. The ESN is a unique ...
About -  Privacy -  AskEraser  -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback © 2014 Ask.com