Whatup skwad, I'm in South Korea and I lost my phone last night. It's a work phone so I need it back asap. I hired my wife's brother to work for me and he's holding down the fort, so it's not a huge deal. But I do need to get on a phone again asap. Here's our situation: It's an LG Q7+ on T-Mobile. I anticipated this and bought an unlocked Google Pixel which I have with me. We won't be back to the States until late August. Now my phone is still on. We've retraced our steps and can't find it. I can text through my phone through the Android computer texting app. I did that shit where the phone makes noise and can't find it. My GPS is off because I'm retarded and worry more about EMFs than shit like this. Nobody has removed the sim or tried logging into my shit. I have like 20 missed calls from my wife and she sent a text in Korean offering cash for the phone. So I'm hoping whoever has it wakes up soon and calls her from my phone. I keep it unlocked too. The cafe I may have left it in is closed still, but I pressed my ear up to it and didn't hear it ring in there.
I can have my wife's brother go buy a sim card and overnight it, but as soon as it's purchased, my current sim will be deactivated. And I'm kind of holding out hope that some nice Korean person is gonna call me soon. How would you play this? Also, I'm trying to figure out how to prevent a similar event in the future. Can you carry extra sim cards? I don't understand shit about phones. My wife does everything for me in that department. What do you do if you're trying to do business domestically while being overseas for extended periods of time and you drink a lot?