can a cell phone company legally deactivate your sim card without warning?
- Gordon BLv 64 weeks ago
If they feel there's something they consider fraud then yes, otherwise such as non payment they would usually give advance notice.
- Robert JLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, absolutely; the commonest reasons are if you run out of credit on a pre-pay account, or go over any usage limits.
If you are sticking to the rules, then the next most likely things are dirty SIM contacts, faulty SIM or a fault with the phone itself.
- STEVEN FLv 74 weeks ago
They can't even illegally deactivate the SIM card. They CAN deactivate your service and I bet not responding to their notice is the reason.