There's nothing worse than that sinking feeling you've lost your cell phone and have no idea how to find it. A new study by cell phone insurance carrier Asurion has revealed the one trick that could triple your chances of getting that phone back with only a simple change. Asurion says by adding the text "If found call" and adding your friend or family member's phone number to your lock screen, you greatly increase the chances you will get your phone back. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen put it to the test by intentionally losing 10 phones at malls, coffee shops and restaurants around New York City, five with the text on the lock screen and five without. Within minutes he was getting calls on his backup phone from people who found the phones with the contact information. Meanwhile, he called the phones without the information to see if anyone would pick up, and they all went straight to voicemail. Rossen then shared the following steps you can take to add the text to your lock screen and save yourself a headache if you lose your phone:.
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Jeff Rossen born November 13, is an American television journalist employed by Hearst Television. In , Hearst signed Rossen to a multi-platform deal. His segments are now syndicated on Hearst Television stations nationwide. Rossen also filled in hosting Weekend Today. Rossen was born in Hauppauge, New York and is a graduate of the S. Rossen's live report was featured in Michael Moore 's documentary Bowling for Columbine. Rossen joined NBC in Rossen left NBC in early after the expiry of his contract. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jeff Rossen.
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