Monday, May 23, 2011

In case you lost your phone

IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identification) is a 15 digit number combination that is unique on your mobile phones. Usually this number is printed inside your mobile phone; you can view it once you remove the battery. Another way to know your IMEI is to key in “*#06#” on your mobile phone and it will give you the 15 digit number.  It’s better if you will write it down and keep it so in case you lost your phone you can contact your local operator and you can request to block that handset or mobile phone. Once it is blocked the handset can no longer be used even if they change its SIM.



Note: Blocking the handset thru the IMEI is not always applicable, it still depends on the local operator of your country.



Just like most of us, I'm also looking for a “raket” or sideline (2nd job). Since I don’t have special skills to capitalize on, I started reading books and articles hoping to have knowledge so maybe I can earn some extra. One thing I learned from reading is that there is no truth on the saying that there is no money in our country, in fact there is a lot of money circulating around in our country. We just have to look for the “in betweens” in certain industry and capitalize on the needs of that certain missing link in every industry. Each job, profession or business that you know needs a service from the other job, profession or business to support its operation. And in every industry there is a missing link on the operation that we can capitalize to earn even a little extra. We just need to be keep our eyes searching for those missing links.