a free government phone, it can be difficult to, notify your phone provider, purchase a new phone and all the things that go along with this problem.If you have
Low-income consumers struggle every day to make ends meet. A cell phone is a tool needed to change their situation. From time to time there may be issues with your phone or service. These phones are a godsend to many low-income families and are a need for every aspect of life, from work related to family care.
record all this information and a serial number
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If you have lost this information and do not remember your phone, number, serial number of your phone or perhaps your cell phone provider, please contact the Lifeline Assistance program for help.
What to do about a Lost Phone
Most companies will transfer phone numbers from your lost phone to a new one. On the other hand, other companies do not keep a record of your phone numbers. If you should be unfortunate enough to lose your phone or have it stolen, immediately contact your cell phone provider and notify them of the situation. Give them, your phone number or serial number or your phone number.
They will deactivate the serial number on your lost phone and issue another phone with a new serial number. You have the option of keeping your old phone number, or you can request a different one. Once you receive your new phone, call the company to have service activated. Supply the serial number and the SIM number to complete activation.
Now would be a good opportunity to upgrade your phone to something more current and with more features. Go to the phone company to find a list of cell phones compatible with your cell phone service. You can purchase a new cell phone online, or you can buy one from your local mobile phone store.
Customer Service numbers for:
- Safelink Wireless: 1-800-378-1684
- Reachout Wireless: 1-877-870-9222
- Assurance Wireless: 1-888-898-4888