An International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is a unique 15-digit serial number assigned to phones and other mobile devices. The IMEI number is printed under the battery or on the back of a phone or other dev... More »

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A bill introduced in the U.S. Congress called the Mobile Device Theft Deterrence Act of 2013 would have made it illegal to change the International Mobile Equipment Identity number on a cellphone, but the bill did not pa... More »

An International Mobile Equipment Identity is a unique number assigned to every mobile phone, used by cellular networks to keep track of every device. In most countries, changing IMEI numbers is illegal and requires acce... More »

A mobile IMEI tracker is an International Mobile Equipment Identity used by a GSM network to identify valid mobile devices and help consumers track their lost or stolen mobile devices. Located under the battery of most p... More »

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The easiest way to get the International Mobile Equipment Identity number from an AT&T phone is to dial *#06# on the keypad. After pressing the send button, the International Mobile Equipment Identity number appears on t... More »

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IMEI is an acronym for International Mobile Equipment Identity. The IMEI number found on most cell phones helps to identify the phone's origin, serial number and model. More »

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An International Mobile Equipment Identity is a unique number assigned to every mobile phone, used by cellular networks to keep track of every device. In most countries, changing IMEI numbers is illegal and requires acce... More »