A mobile network or cellular network is a communication network where the last link in the chain is wireless. The network is distributed all over land areas, called cells which are each served by at least one fixed-location transceiver, otherwise known as a cell site or base station.
We know that 0752189381 was provided by the O2 network. However, users can transfer their phone numbers to another network provider when they are out of contract, so it's possible that the number could now be active on another mobile network.
Calls to mobiles can be charged between 6p and 32p per minute from landlines and are typically not included in free call packages. Call costs from mobiles vary according to the contract or plan chosen. Typically they cost between 3p and 40p per minute. Calls to and from mobile phones are normally included in free call packages.
What do you know about 0752189381?
The prefix or number is not yet recognised by our system, however the number is only 10 digits, where as a usual number would be 11 digits, this suggests that 0752189381 could be a SMS/Text Message or something else.
Filed under: Mobile Phones - Cellular network or mobile network phone providers
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