Mobile Directory Number
The actual phone number one would dial to reach a specific mobile phone.
Prior to Wireless Number Portability, MDN was the same number as the MIN for many mobile phones. But now that MDN numbers can be ported (moved) to other carriers, MDN and MIN will be different for ported numbers.
mobile destination number
It stands for "Mobile Directory Number" or simply, the number you'd need to dial to reach a specific person's phone. the mdn munber is just your phone number.
The mobile device number (MDN) is the exact phone number that has been allocated to a mobile or broadband device. It is identifiable on most carriers through the "my number" option.
It is simply your cell phone number, including area code.
If you can not see your own CityCell number on the screen, then you can send CityCell a message. Enter the code MDN and send it to the number 7678.
If you are referring to your phone's APN settings, it refers to your phone number. For example, if you are attempting to fill in the blank for MMSC within your Cricket phone's APN settings it might default to MDN@mycricket.com after flashing your phone to a new ROM. This should be changed to read YOURNUMBERHERE@mycricket.com
For a cell phone it stands for "Mobile Directory Number"basically means that the Mdn number is basically your cell phone number. Now,the Esn number("Electronic Serial Number") is what some wireless cell phone company's/government assistance providers/etc... needs so they can do&determine if your phone of your choice that you like to use on their service can be used with their carrier. Usually, both Mdn# & Esn# are always needed and most of the time they can be found under your cell phone battery on a white strip for Cdma type phones.i hope this helps:-)
MDN - 2004 Ramathon 1-1 was released on: USA: 10 July 2004
MDN - 2004 Kiss the Bride 1-7 was released on: USA: 21 August 2004
first thing you want to do is to open up your menu on my phone i do this by pressing the OK button next you want to g to your settings after that go to phone info. find the my number section and hit OK. now it should say mdn or min you wanna hit mdn now it will give you a 10 digit number this number is your number with the area code or.... ask your phone nicely for its number... ya never know... you might get a date out of it!! hehehe
Nick Oram has: Played John in "Passions" in 1999. Played Jason in "Bleed" in 2002. Performed in "Q on the Move" in 2004. Played Host in "MDN" in 2004. Played himself in "QTN Holiday Reel" in 2005.
Call 1800 Cricket (1-800 274-2538), and give them the ESN number, which is underneath the phone's battery next to it's serial number. Perhaps you should write it out before hand so it'll be easier to read when prompted. They will give you a MDN number and a MIN number, and a CDMA number. Write these down. Then, read your booklet that came with the phone (that has these directions with it) for how to access the programming menu, and enter these three sets of numbers to activate your phone.