Piece of advice number 1 : Put a password on your phone and a PIN on your SIM card. Do not rely on the default factory settings. Using a password and PIN will stop thieves getting access to your phone or using the SIM in another phone to make calls. All phones have security settings so familiarise yourself with them and turn them on.
1. Turn the phone off. This will probably be the most effective and simple way of conserving your battery's power. Why? This will help conserve energy and also charge your phone. If you don't plan on answering the phone while you're sleeping or after business hours, just turn it off. Do the same if you are in an area with no reception (such as a subway or remote area, since constantly searching for service depletes the battery fairly quickly.)
If you want to use a song as a ringtone, follow these steps. This works on both Mac and Windows PCs.
There's a few very useful things you probably never knew your mobile phone could do.
To disable a stolen mobile phone, you should follow the following steps :
011 is the US exit code. It must be dialed first for all international calls made from the USA or Canada. 44 is the Country Code for England. Then you have to type the area code - English area codes are 2 to 5 digit. +your contact's phone number. So, the US to England international dialing format is 011 + 44 + ?? + ???? ????.
011 is the US exit code. It must be dialed first for all international calls made from the USA or Canada. 52 is the country code for Mexico. The area code is composed of 2 or 3 digit area codes. The phone numbers in Mexico are composed of 7 - 8 digits. The area code + the phone number = 10 digits.
011 is the US exit code. It must be dialed first for all international calls made from the USA or Canada. 55 is the Country Code for Brazil. Then you have to type the area code - Brazilian area codes are 2 digit. +your contact's phone number - 8 digits. So, the US to Brazil international dialing format is 011 + 55 + ?? + ???? ????.
When you travel to a foreign country, your mobile phone keeps working. You still can make and receive calls. Your calls, and other data services, are operated by a foreign network because your home provider does not operate in this country. For providing this service, the foreign network operator charges your home operator and passes this additional cost on you. Thus, if you use your cell phone in a foreign country (or if you call from the United States to a foreign country), you might end up with a bill in the thousands of dollars.