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Tuesday, January 04, 2005

m:track - Web Based Mobile Tracking System for Karachi

Due to the overwhelming trend of mobiles thefts in Karachi KEDA (Karachi Electronics Dealers Association) and Sindh Police in collaboration with Mobile Zone have introduced a web based mobile tracking system. I consider it as a very important effort for halting this daunting situation.



Through this simple web based system we can register a "Complain" about a mobile theft, we can "Verify" a mobile integrity before purchasing it and the most important feature is that you can "Save" you mobile in the m:track database. I think we all must support it by registering as much mobiles as we can.


Tabraiz Feham

6 Comments:

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    By Blogger Sudhakar, at 1:08 PM  

  • Thatz a real good move by KEDA & Sindh Police. When buying stops stealing too will stop.

    Sudhakar
    http://sudhakar81.blogspot.com
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    By Blogger Sudhakar, at 1:10 PM  

  • Yes Sudhakar, this is the ultimate objective.. Buyers and mobile dealer would both confirm online before going for any purchase. Hope that it should work.

    thanks for stopping by :)

    By Blogger M Tabraiz Feham, at 1:30 PM  

  • interesting. do let us know how this effects the mobile theft scenario, and more importantly, law and order...

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