- Do you have a password / lock for your mobile phone?
- If so, have you told at least one person what it is?
- Have you transferred / backed up the photos and videos on your phone?
Have you transferred / backed up the photos and videos on the phones that you have previously owned?
- Have you written down / told someone what you would like to happen to you your mobile phone and the media on it once you have died?
- Would you your partner like to keep your phone in order to view the messages you shared whilst alive? This question becomes even more important if your partner has had their phone lost or stolen and therefore is unable to view conversations previously shared.
- Have you thought about what will happen to your mobile phone tariff and phone number when you die? You may want to review your monthly tariff and consider switching to a Pay As You Go (PAYG) offer.
- If your network provider allows you to do so you will need to tell the recipient of the phone (or SIM card) to 'top up' the phone with credit in order for it to remain active. How often the phone requires 'topping up' will depend on the network the phone number is assigned to.
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