info: Welcome to O2. Someone will be with you soon.
info: You’re through to ‘Beth’
Steve: Hi Beth,
Beth: Hello, it’s Beth here. I hope you’re well. What can I do for you?
Steve: Whilst I was walking my Dog this morning, I found an O2 SIM Card on the Cycle Path… what should I do with it please?
Beth: Do you Know it’s number?
Steve: 89441 ***** ***** ***** 3GE5
Beth: That’s a SIM number. I want to know it’s mobile bumber?
Steve: …and how exactly does one determine that from a SIM card please?
Steve: Can you people tie the two numbers together and trace one from the other?
Beth: Please let me transfer this chat to our service team.
info: We’re putting you through to the right person, won’t be long.
info: You’re through to ‘Anisha’
Anisha: Hello, it’s Anisha here. What can I do for you?
Steve: can you read the threads of the last chat…?
Anisha: Hi, Steve. Yes.
Steve: Whilst I was walking my Dog this morning, I found an O2 SIM Card (Number 89441 ***** ***** ***** 3GE5) on a Cycle Path… what should I do with it please?
Anisha: Not to worry, Steve. let me check that for you.
Anisha: Steve, I request you to dispose the SIM card.
Steve: Ok, will do, I just wondered if it could be traced back to a “Crime Scene” and therefore lead to solving a Manhunt or something awesome like that… wouldn’t it be fab if it were the missing piece of an intricate and vast jigsaw puzzle of events which threaten national or even global security!!!
Anisha: That would be really interesting. But unfortunately, I request you to dispose it or else you can give it in your o2 retail store.
Steve: Ah, ok, Roger that, I shall indeed, thank you Anisha and goodbye.