My sim card Ip keeps changing

Sophie Thérèse asked 5 months ago

Hello World, 
I have a serious issue with my french sim card (I only own a smartphone and a tablet, no computer) which I bought in september 2015. 
It keeps changing IP (something like every two hours) and I've noticed that some of my email correspondants don't receive my mails (without me given any notice) - sometimes I'd send a mail from my Google mail account to my own yahoo mail account and I won't receive it :/ - and I've become currently unabled to send attachements (they never arrive). 
Other stuff well bothering too and I don't know how to react or what to do next
I cheked my ip with your tools and it says there is some sort of restriction due to spamming, hacking or security problems 
I wrote to the abuse contact but never got an answer 
My life is becoming a Real hell because I can't get no job (can't send a CV, dont receive the answers to my mails) and it is becoming more and more difficult to communicate (my lawyer won't receive no mail from me I'm obliged to use fax and they are damned expensive here in Europe) I don't receive most texts message neither 
Please help
I want to be able to prove all that
 
Here is your diagnostic 
 

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remarks:        For Hacking, Spamming or Security problems
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organisation:   ORG-VF1-RIPE
org-name:       SFR SA
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remarks:        xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
address:        Campus SFR 12 rue Jean-Philippe Rameau - CS 80001
address:        93634
address:        La-Plaine-Saint-Denis Cedex
address:        FRANCE
phone:          +33 1 70 18 52 00
fax-no:         +33 1 70 18 11 61
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admin-c:        RB14609-RIPE
admin-c:        LD699-RIPE
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4 Answers
wimiadmin Staff answered 5 months ago

You should take your phone to your mobile provider and tell them what's going on. They'll be able to help you.

Sophie Thérèse answered 5 months ago

I rhino this answer is a joke
Of course, I've been to my provider a hundreth Time, and they've changed my sim card, and I've changed smartphone, and they keep telling me what happen to me isn't possible because they only provide static IPs
BUT MY QUESTION WAS 
NO ONE ANSWER MY QUESTIONS, I WANT TO BE ABLE TO PROVE ALL THAT (OTHER THAN WITH MY SCREENSHOTS) CAN YOU HELP ME ? 
I really can't see the point between your answer and my question
Sorry for not being nice

wimiadmin Staff answered 5 months ago

You didn't mention that you had already been to your mobile provider.

The only way to really prove it other than screenshots is show someone else while it's happening. Use another mobile device to take a video of your screen as the problems are happening.

richie cancro answered 2 months ago

It may be something as simple as connecting to different wi-fi. Your phone would obtain the IP from the wifi network you are connected to. 

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