About to buy a second hand Sprint phone? First check its DNA. All it takes is your IMEI number. Unique to each device, this 15-digit number is key to uncovering your phone’s story. What’s its history? Is it blocked, blacklisted or still in contract? Are there unpaid bills? Just type your IMEI into the box above and find out.
Fast, accurate, comprehensive and confidential, IMEI Phone Check delivers peace of mind to anyone thinking of buying or selling a second hand Sprint mobile phone. Find out within 2 hours if the device has been blacklisted, if there are unpaid bills, what the contact, account and FED (financial eligibility) status is and if it’s a phone you can legitimately use.
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Want to find out more about our Sprint check? Get answers to some common queries below.
FED stands for financial eligibility date. This is the date when a phone stops having a financial obligation to its contracted network or provider. After this date has expired the phone can be legitimately transferred over to another network.
If a phone’s been reported as lost or stolen its IMEI is added to a shared database of blacklisted devices. This database is used by most network providers. Phones bought in contract but with unpaid bills and those detected to be involved in fraudulent activity are also included on this list.
Mobile phone operators will not provide a service to blacklisted devices. So, if your device is registered as blacklisted it’s unlikely you’ll be able to use it to make calls, send text messages or connect to the internet.
An IMEI or International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is a 15-digit number that’s unique to all GSM (Global System for Mobile) mobile phones and smartphones.
GSM or Global System for Mobile is the international standard for mobile telecommunications. If your device uses a SIM card, it’s likely to be a GSM phone. All GSM phones have an IMEI number.
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