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I lost my Samsung Galaxy S, which was signed into Google Play. Now, Play Store has identified that someone has inserted another SIM card with a different service provider. Is there anyway I can find out the phone number of the inserted SIM?

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I think you need to install Plan B. This will help you track it down. – theTuxRacer Dec 17 '12 at 6:35
Related:… – Flow Dec 17 '12 at 9:22
@Sid You're wrong. Plan B doesn't require Mobile number just the Google account intact. – roxan Dec 17 '12 at 15:19

Sorry to see you losing your phone. Have you seen the question "Can I remotely launch an app on my android phone?" in which @jlehenbauer has answered mentioning an app called AndroidLost. You can try this if you are sure you have your lost phone still uses your Google Account.

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Sounds like a stolen phone (theft of mislaid property). Report it to the police. In the US, if you have the esn/meid they can compel the carrier to give them all the info about who's using the phone. I'm not sure how these things work in other countries.

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If you don't have the IMEI you can probably get it from your carrier, just ask them for it. – Ryan Conrad Jan 20 '13 at 15:37

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