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Your phone might not be read in tanzania. Each geographical region uses differant types of sim cards or frequencys or satellites.Your best bet is to bring your phone to your provider and have them check your phones compatability with your region. Also have them check if the sim card you have is the correct card for your phone. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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