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    Please call me on my mobile if need be

    Recently I came across a strange sentence: "Please call me on my mobile if need be."
    Is this correct?

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    Re: Please call me on my mobile if need be

    It looks OK to me. You are probably confused about "if need be". This phrase means "should the necessity arise".

    Source: If need be | Define If need be at Dictionary.com
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