Mobile Identification Number

Mobile Identification Number

Mobile Identification Number or MIN refers to the 10-digit unique number that a wireless operator uses to identify the mobile phone. A MIN is a number that uniquely identifies a mobile working under TIA standards for Cellular and PCS technologies. (e.g. EIA/TIA–553 analog, IS–136 TDMA, IS–95 or IS-2000 CDMA).

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