JP2006245770A - Mobile phone substitution method, mobile phone substitution system, and control apparatus - Google Patents

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JP2006245770A
JP2006245770A JP2005055866A JP2005055866A JP2006245770A JP 2006245770 A JP2006245770 A JP 2006245770A JP 2005055866 A JP2005055866 A JP 2005055866A JP 2005055866 A JP2005055866 A JP 2005055866A JP 2006245770 A JP2006245770 A JP 2006245770A
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Tetsunoshin Anzai
Toru Daikyo
Masatoshi Hayashi
徹 大饗
鉄之伸 安斎
正俊 林
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a mobile phone substitution method, a mobile phone substitution system, and a control apparatus whereby a substitution mobile phone can easily be used. <P>SOLUTION: The mobile phone substitution method uses two SIM cards to which the same subscriber right information is written, the mobile phone to which the one SIM card is loaded is controlled by a main mobile phone control section 203, further the other mobile phone to which the other SIM card is loaded is controlled by a sub mobile phone control section 204, and a validity/invalidity setting section 202 sets which of the main mobile phone control section 203 and the sub mobile phone control section 204 is to be valid. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2006,JPO&NCIPI

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  The present invention relates to a mobile phone replacement method and a mobile phone replacement method for making and receiving calls using an alternative mobile phone when an alternative mobile phone is necessary, such as when the user has left the mobile phone owned by the user at home or the like. The present invention relates to a system and a control device.

  In recent years, the ownership rate of mobile phones has increased rapidly, and it is no exaggeration to say that mobile phones have become a necessity as a means of communication. Therefore, for example, when the user leaves the mobile phone owned by the user at home or the like when the user goes out, the mobile phone cannot be used to contact another person, and the user cannot Even if you try to contact someone using the phone, the phone number of the contact is registered in the memory of your mobile phone, so you can make a call without knowing the phone number of the desired contact Becomes difficult. Furthermore, even when an alternative mobile phone is used, when the user is contacted until he / she can use his / her own mobile phone after returning home, the alternative mobile phone is used. You will have to contact specific parties one after another asking for your phone number.

Therefore, when renting an alternative mobile phone from a store, a setting is made to transfer the incoming call to the owned mobile phone to the alternative mobile phone, and the data registered in the memory of the owned mobile phone is stored in advance. There has been considered a method of registering data in a server so that the registered data can be downloaded from the server to an alternative mobile phone and used in the alternative mobile phone (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
JP 2002-158777 A

  However, in the method described in Patent Document 1, in order to rent an alternative mobile phone, the user has to go to a store having a window for performing rental work including transfer settings thereof or a dedicated window. There is a problem. In addition, in order to make it possible to rent an alternative mobile phone in a store that has a window for rental work including transfer settings, etc. or in an area where there is no dedicated window nearby. However, there is a problem that a store having a window for carrying out a rental work including the transfer setting or the like or a dedicated window must be set up. Furthermore, for calls from an alternative mobile phone, the number of the alternative mobile phone is displayed on the receiver's phone as the caller number instead of the number of the mobile phone owned by the mobile phone. The phone is recognized as a phone and cannot be contacted without answering consciously.

  The present invention has been made in view of the problems of the prior art as described above, and provides a mobile phone replacement method, a mobile phone replacement system, and a control device that can easily use an alternative mobile phone. With the goal.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides:
Using the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the cellular phone is written, the cellular phone operating with the second SIM card is different from the cellular phone. 1 is a mobile phone alternative method that operates in the same manner as a mobile phone that operates with one SIM card installed.
A process for recognizing power-on or power-off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card;
Processing for enabling control of one of the mobile phone with the first SIM card and the mobile phone with the second SIM card in response to turning on or off the power of the mobile phone And have.

A process of storing information stored in the mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted in a server configured to be connectable to the mobile phone;
A process of downloading information stored in the server to a mobile phone in which the second SIM card is attached when power-on of the mobile phone in which the second SIM card is attached is recognized. It is characterized by that.

Also, the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the mobile phone is written are used, and the mobile phone operating with the second SIM card is different from the mobile phone. A mobile phone alternative method that operates in the same manner as a mobile phone that operates with the first SIM card mounted thereon,
A process of recognizing valid / invalid settings from a mobile phone with the first SIM card or a mobile phone with the second SIM card;
Processing for enabling control of either the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card in accordance with the setting from the mobile phone .

A process of storing information stored in the mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted in a server configured to be connectable to the mobile phone;
A process of downloading information stored in the server to the mobile phone with the second SIM card when a valid setting is recognized from the mobile phone with the second SIM card. It is characterized by having.

A mobile phone alternative system for operating a mobile phone that is mounted with a SIM card in the same manner as a mobile phone different from the mobile phone;
First and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the mobile phone is written;
Control means configured to be connectable to the mobile phone and controlling the operation of the mobile phone with the SIM card mounted thereon,
The control means includes
First mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card;
Second mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card;
Valid / invalid setting means for validating one of the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means.

A server that temporarily stores information stored in the mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted;
The second mobile phone control means downloads information temporarily stored in the server from the server to a mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card.

  In addition, the valid / invalid setting means recognizes power-on or power-off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached, so that the first One of the mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means is validated.

  Further, the valid / invalid setting means is configured so that the first mobile phone control means and the first mobile phone control means and the first mobile phone control means are set according to a setting from a mobile phone with the first SIM card or a mobile phone with a second SIM card attached. One of the two mobile phone control means is made effective.

In addition, the second and second SIM cards are configured to be connectable to a mobile phone that operates with a SIM card attached, and in which the same subscription right information for operating the mobile phone is written. A control device for operating a mobile phone that is mounted with a SIM card in the same manner as a mobile phone that is mounted and operated with the first SIM card different from the mobile phone;
First mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card;
Second mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card;
Valid / invalid setting means for validating one of the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means.

In addition, it is configured to be connectable to a server that temporarily stores information stored in the mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted,
The second mobile phone control means downloads information temporarily stored in the server from the server to a mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card.

  In addition, the valid / invalid setting means recognizes power-on or power-off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached, so that the first One of the mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means is validated.

  Further, the valid / invalid setting means is configured so that the first mobile phone control means and the first mobile phone control means and the first mobile phone control means are set according to a setting from a mobile phone with the first SIM card or a mobile phone with a second SIM card attached. One of the two mobile phone control means is made effective.

  In the present invention configured as described above, the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information is written are used, and the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card is the first mobile phone. The mobile phone controlled by the control means and the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached is controlled by the second mobile phone control means, and one of the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means. One is set to valid by the valid / invalid setting means.

  As described above, even when the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card cannot be used, the second SIM in which the same information as the information written in the first SIM card is written. By enabling the control of the mobile phone with the card attached thereto, the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached can be used.

  As described above, in the present invention, the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information is written are used, and the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card is the first mobile phone control means. The mobile phone with the second SIM card is controlled by the second mobile phone control means, and either the first mobile phone control means or the second mobile phone control means is used. Since whether to enable or not is set by the enable / disable setting means, an alternative mobile phone can be used easily.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a diagram showing an embodiment of a mobile phone alternative system according to the present invention.

  In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 1, the mobile phone 103 owned by the user and the information owned by the user and used to use the mobile phone 103, including the user's subscription right information (phone number), are written. The SIM card 105 that is the first SIM card, the SIM card 106 that is the second SIM card in which the same subscription right information as the subscription right information written in the SIM card 105, and the SIM card 106 can be mounted. Operation of cellular phones 104-1 to 104-n configured and operated in accordance with information written in SIM card 106, and cellular phones 103 and 104-1 to 104-n to which SIM cards 105 and 106 are respectively attached Temporarily stores information such as a phone book stored in the control device 107 that controls the mobile phone 103 and the mobile phone 103 in which the SIM card 105 is mounted. And a that the server 108.. As described above, the SIM card 105, 106 is written with the subscription right information (telephone number) necessary for the user to use the mobile phones 103, 104-1, 104-n, respectively. When the SIM cards 105 and 106 are respectively attached to the mobile phones 103 and 104-1 to 104-n, these pieces of information written in the SIM cards 105 and 106 are respectively stored in the mobile phones 103 and 104-1 to 104-n. The mobile phone 103, 104-1 to 104-n is read and operates in accordance with the read information. In addition to the information as described above, an ID that can identify the SIM cards 105 and 106 is written in the SIM cards 105 and 106.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a configuration example of the control device 107 illustrated in FIG. 1.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the control device 107 shown in FIG. 1 is based on data input from the mobile phones 103, 104-1 to 104-n via the input / output unit 201. 104-n, a valid / invalid setting unit 202 for setting validity / invalidity of the SIM cards 105 and 106, and a first mobile phone control for controlling the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached thereto. A main mobile phone control unit 203 as a means, and a sub mobile phone control unit 204 as a second mobile phone control means for controlling the mobile phones 104-1 to 104-n to which the SIM card 106 is mounted. ing. In FIG. 2, only the functions that are characteristic of the present invention among the functions provided in the control device 107 are shown.

  Hereinafter, a method for substituting the mobile phone in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1 will be described.

  First, in this embodiment, the user makes a contract for the two SIM cards 105 and 106 in which the same subscription right information (phone number) as described above is written, and further, the two SIM cards 105 and 106 Of these, it is assumed that one SIM card 105 is set as the main and attached to the mobile phone 103 owned by the user 102, and the other SIM card 106 is set as the sub, and the user always possesses it. It becomes a condition.

  In addition, information such as a telephone directory stored in the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached needs to be transmitted and stored in the server 108. When information such as a phone book is transmitted from the mobile phone 103 to which the SIM card 105 is attached, the information is received by the main mobile phone control unit 203 via the input / output unit 201 in the control device 107. When the main mobile phone control unit 203 recognizes that the received information is information to be transmitted to the server 108, the information is transmitted to the server 108 via the input / output unit 201. Information transmitted to the server 108 is stored in the server 108.

  3 is a flowchart for explaining an example of the mobile phone replacement method in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. 4 is a flowchart for explaining an example of the mobile phone replacement method in the embodiment shown in FIG. FIG. In the following description, as shown in FIG. 4, the user 102 who owns the mobile phone 103 forgets to leave the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 installed in the home 101 and takes out the SIM card 106 that he carries. A case where the mobile phone 104-1 is used by being mounted will be described as an example. Note that the SIM cards 105 and 106 are mounted on the cellular phones 103 and 104-1 shown in FIG. 4 in such a manner that the mounting is clear in the figure, and the mounting positions and the like are limited. Not what you want.

  It is assumed that when the user 102 goes out, the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 is left in the home 101 and the power of the mobile phone 103 remains on.

  The user 102 notices that he / she has left the mobile phone 103 at his / her home 101 when he / she is away from home, and the mobile phone 104-1 can be attached with a SIM card from a friend who accompanies the go-out or an acquaintance of the go-out. When the SIM card 106 owned by the user 102 is installed in the mobile phone 104-1 and the mobile phone 104-1 is turned on (step S1), the mobile phone in which the SIM card 106 is installed in the control device 107 The information stored in the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 stored in the server 108 is recognized from the server 108 by the sub mobile phone control unit 204. Downloaded to the mobile phone 104-1 with the SIM card 106 installed, and enabled / disabled 202 disables the SIM card 105, that is, disables the control in the main mobile phone control unit 203 with respect to the mobile phone 103 to which the SIM card 105 is attached, and sets the SIM card 106 to be effective. Then, the control in the sub mobile phone control unit 204 for the mobile phone 104-1 on which the SIM card 106 is mounted is validated (step S2).

  Here, in the SIM cards 105 and 106, as described above, an ID for identifying the SIM card 105 and 106 is written, and when the mobile phone 104-1 is turned on, the ID of the SIM card 106 is stored. Is read by the mobile phone 104-1 and sent to the control device 107. Based on the ID sent from the mobile phone 104-1 in the control device 107, the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached. It will be recognized that the power is turned on.

  As a result, the mobile phone 103 to which the SIM card 105 is attached becomes unusable from this point, and the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached becomes usable. Since the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached has the same information as the information stored in the mobile phone 103 to which the SIM card 105 is attached, the user 102 can use it for a normal call or the like. The mobile phone 104-1 can be used in the same manner as the mobile phone 103 that is being used.

  Next, when the user 102 returns to the home 101 from the outside, if the power of the mobile phone 104-1 is turned off to return the mobile phone 104-1 (step S3), the SIM card 106 is mounted in the control device 107. It is recognized that the power of the cellular phone 104-1 is turned off, and the SIM card 105 is set to be valid by the valid / invalid setting unit 202, that is, the main mobile phone with respect to the cellular phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached thereto. The control in the telephone control unit 203 is validated, and the SIM card 106 is set to invalid, that is, the control in the sub cellular phone control unit 204 for the cellular phone 104-1 on which the SIM card 106 is mounted is invalidated. (Step S4). At that time, the information downloaded from the server 108 is deleted from the cellular phone 104-1.

  As a result, the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached can be used from this point, and the mobile phone 104-1 with the SIM card 106 attached cannot be used. Therefore, when the user 102 returns to the home 101, the mobile phone 103 on which the SIM card 105 is mounted can be used. The SIM card 106 is removed from the mobile phone 104-1.

  FIG. 5 is a flowchart for explaining another example of the cellular phone alternative method in the embodiment shown in FIG.

  It is assumed that when the user 102 goes out, the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 is left in the home 101 and the power of the mobile phone 103 remains on.

  The user 102 notices that he / she has left the mobile phone 103 at his / her home 101 when he / she is away from home, and the mobile phone 104-1 that can be fitted with a SIM card from a friend who accompanies the outside or an acquaintance of the outside When the SIM card 106 possessed by the user 102 is installed in the cellular phone 104-1 and the SIM card 106 is set to be valid from the cellular phone 104-1 (step S11), the input in the control device 107 is performed. The setting for enabling the SIM card 106 is recognized in the valid / invalid setting unit 202 via the output unit 201, and information stored in the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 stored in the server 108 is stored. The mobile phone 104-in which the SIM card 106 is mounted from the server 108 by the sub mobile phone control unit 204. And the sub mobile phone control unit 204 is enabled to control the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached, and the SIM card 105 is set to invalid, that is, the SIM card 105 is attached. The control in the main mobile phone control unit 203 for the mobile phone 103 that has been made is invalidated (step S12).

  As a result, the mobile phone 103 to which the SIM card 105 is attached becomes unusable from this point, and the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached becomes usable. As in the case described above, the user 102 can use the mobile phone 104-1 in the same manner as the mobile phone 103 that is used in a normal call or the like.

  Next, when the user 102 returns to the home 101 from the outside, if the setting is made to invalidate the SIM card 106 from the mobile phone 104-1 in order to return the mobile phone 104-1 (step S13), the control device The setting for disabling the SIM card 106 is recognized in the valid / invalid setting unit 202 via the input / output unit 201 in the control unit 107, and the sub mobile phone control unit 204 controls the mobile phone 104-1 to which the SIM card 106 is attached. Is disabled, and the SIM card 105 is enabled, that is, the control in the main mobile phone control unit 203 for the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached is enabled (step S14). At that time, the information downloaded from the server 108 is deleted from the cellular phone 104-1.

  As a result, the mobile phone 103 with the SIM card 105 attached can be used from this point, and the mobile phone 104-1 with the SIM card 106 attached cannot be used. Therefore, when the user 102 returns to the home 101, the mobile phone 103 on which the SIM card 105 is mounted can be used. The SIM card 106 is removed from the mobile phone 104-1.

  The valid / invalid setting can be made from any of the mobile phones 103, 104-1 to 104-n to which the SIM cards 105 and 106 are respectively attached. When the validity / invalidity of one SIM card is set, exclusive setting is made for the other SIM card.

  As for the transmission from the mobile phones 103, 104-1 to 104-n, the transmission is made from any of the mobile phones 103, 104-1 to 104-n without setting validity / invalidity unless the transmissions compete. It is also possible to make this possible.

  Further, the billing of charges may be performed separately for each SIM card 105, 106, or may be performed collectively.

  Furthermore, in the present invention, similar processing is performed not only for calls but also for transmission / reception of electronic mail.

It is a figure which shows one Embodiment of the mobile telephone alternative system of this invention. It is a figure which shows the structural example of the control apparatus shown in FIG. It is a flowchart for demonstrating an example of the mobile telephone alternative method in the form shown in FIG. It is a figure for demonstrating an example of the mobile telephone alternative method in the form shown in FIG. 6 is a flowchart for explaining another example of the cellular phone alternative method in the embodiment shown in FIG. 1.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 101 Home 102 User 103, 104-1 to 104-n Mobile phone 105, 106 SIM card 107 Control device 108 Server 201 Input / output unit 202 Valid / invalid setting unit 203 Main mobile phone control unit 204 Sub mobile phone control unit

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  1. Using the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the cellular phone is written, the cellular phone operating with the second SIM card is different from the cellular phone. 1 is a mobile phone alternative method that operates in the same manner as a mobile phone that operates with one SIM card installed.
    A process for recognizing power-on or power-off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card;
    Processing for enabling control of one of the mobile phone with the first SIM card and the mobile phone with the second SIM card in response to turning on or off the power of the mobile phone A mobile phone alternative method comprising:
  2. The method for replacing a mobile phone according to claim 1,
    A process of storing information stored in a mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted in a server configured to be connectable to the mobile phone;
    A process of downloading information stored in the server to a mobile phone in which the second SIM card is attached when power-on of the mobile phone in which the second SIM card is attached is recognized. An alternative method for a mobile phone.
  3. Using the first and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the cellular phone is written, the cellular phone operating with the second SIM card is different from the cellular phone. 1 is a mobile phone alternative method that operates in the same manner as a mobile phone that operates with one SIM card installed.
    A process of recognizing valid / invalid settings from a mobile phone with the first SIM card or a mobile phone with the second SIM card;
    Processing for enabling control of either the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card in accordance with the setting from the mobile phone Mobile phone alternative method.
  4. In the mobile phone alternative method according to claim 3,
    A process of storing information stored in a mobile phone in which the first SIM card is mounted in a server configured to be connectable to the mobile phone;
    A process of downloading information stored in the server to the mobile phone with the second SIM card when a valid setting is recognized from the mobile phone with the second SIM card. A method for substituting a mobile phone, comprising:
  5. A mobile phone alternative system for operating a mobile phone that is mounted with a SIM card in the same manner as a mobile phone different from the mobile phone,
    First and second SIM cards in which the same subscription right information for operating the mobile phone is written;
    Control means configured to be connectable to the mobile phone and controlling the operation of the mobile phone with the SIM card mounted thereon,
    The control means includes
    First mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card;
    Second mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card;
    A mobile phone alternative system comprising valid / invalid setting means for validating either one of the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means.
  6. In the mobile phone alternative system according to claim 5,
    A server for temporarily storing information stored in a mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card;
    The second mobile phone control means downloads information temporarily stored in the server from the server to a mobile phone in which the second SIM card is mounted.
  7. In the mobile phone alternative system according to claim 5 or 6,
    The valid / invalid setting means recognizes power-on / off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached, so that the first mobile phone A mobile phone alternative system, wherein either one of the control means and the second mobile phone control means is validated.
  8. In the mobile phone alternative system according to claim 5 or 6,
    The valid / invalid setting means includes the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone according to the setting from the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached. A mobile phone alternative system, wherein one of the mobile phone control means is enabled.
  9. The second SIM card is configured using a first SIM card and a second SIM card that are configured to be connectable to a mobile phone that operates with the SIM card and in which the same subscription right information for operating the mobile phone is written. A control device that operates a mobile phone that operates with the first SIM card different from the mobile phone,
    First mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card;
    Second mobile phone control means for controlling the operation of the mobile phone equipped with the second SIM card;
    A control apparatus comprising valid / invalid setting means for validating one of the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone control means.
  10. The control device according to claim 9,
    It is configured to be connectable to a server that temporarily stores information stored in a mobile phone equipped with the first SIM card,
    The control apparatus, wherein the second mobile phone control means downloads information temporarily stored in the server from the server to a mobile phone in which the second SIM card is mounted.
  11. In the control device according to claim 9 or 10,
    The valid / invalid setting means recognizes power-on / off of the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached, so that the first mobile phone One of the control means and the second mobile phone control means is validated.
  12. In the control device according to claim 9 or 10,
    The valid / invalid setting means includes the first mobile phone control means and the second mobile phone according to the setting from the mobile phone with the first SIM card or the mobile phone with the second SIM card attached. A control device characterized by enabling one of the mobile phone control means.
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