Explain negative test cases for testing mobile phones, Electrical Engineering

Negative test cases for testing mobile phones are:

1.taking out the SIM card and made a call 

2. by invalid phone number

3. Made a call at which there is no tower signal

4. Made a call after removing the battery or at no power in battery and also we can add some more points.

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