My Phone's Gone MissingShari Eisenberg

How many times a month do you lose your phone?

Leave it at home but think it’s gone forever?

Left it at a bar or in a friend’s hoopty?

Buried it in the couch by accident, or on purpose?

I admit I’ve done all of the above in the last few weeks. I normally wouldn’t Google what to do when I am being lazy with my expensive technology, but I decided it was worth a shot! The internet never ceases to amaze me. The first ‘result’ on Google was ICantFindMyPhone.com. I mean, really! Amazing! You type in your number and blammo, the computer calls your phone. Brilliant!

The only catch: don’t have your phone on silent.
comments

Please help us maintain positive conversations by refraining from posting spam, advertisements, and links to other websites or blogs. we reserve the right to remove your comment if it does not adhere to these guidelines. thanks! post a comment.

  1. I can’t get my phone to ring with it, I thought the area code for Aust is 61 but I could be wrong :( poo

  2. Calling my lost phone is actually the only function I use Skype for, but this is way easier.

  3. I’ve lost my phone so often that if I don’t answer a call/text within five minutes family and friends automatically assume that another phone lost its life in the line of duty. I’ve lost phone in the most ridiculous ways: accidentally throwing it down a recycling chute, having it fall out of a whole in my brand-new stylish destroyed jorts into a hot tub. I have a problem.

  4. I think they need to figure out how to manual turn your phone off silent to allow it to ring oooooor charge it somehow because once it’s been lost for too long, it DIES. bummer

  5. That’s an awesome site! Usually I get someone else to call my phone, but it’s on vibrate like 99% of the time so depending on where it is sometimes you can hear or feel the vibrations, but not always! Luckily, I don’t lose my cell phone that often!

  6. I use WheresMyCellphone.com all of the time.

  7. WOW! This is brilliant! I am so attached to my phone lol, I rarely have it more than 5 feet away from me! :-D