MAC Address on Storm 2

Hello,
Please can you help,  all I need to do is find the MAC address on my Storm 2.   Any Ideas.
Thanks for reading.
Omletto.

Take the back cover off, take the battery out and have a little look under there!
Thats where I found mine on a 8900!!
R.

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