Mobile Identification Number (MIN)

The MIN, more commonly known as a wireless phone number, uniquely identifies a wireless device within a wireless carrier's network. The MIN is dialed from other wireless or wireline networks to direct a signal to a specific wireless device. The number differs from the electronic serial number, which is the unit number assigned by a phone manufacturer. MINs and ESNs can be electronically checked to help prevent fraud

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How Wireless Works

A wireless phone is a very sophisticated and versatile radio. Similar to a walkie-talkie, a cellphone receives and sends radio waves. Those radio waves, traveling through spectrum, are used to transmit voice calls and data to your mobile device anywhere, anytime.

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