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Before you get a unlock code you need to provide the IMEI number. Every phone has a code that is as unique as a fingerprint, it
is called an IMEI number. To locate your unlocking code we need you to
provide us with your IMEI number. (You can either locate your 15 digit
IMEI number underneath your battery, usually on a label, or
alternatively you can simply dial *#06# on your phone)
Hi, i purchased the same phone weirdly on the same day too from carphone warehouse. I was tokd the same thing except they basicaly said it was under accidental damage when i clearly wouldnt break my phone after only 3 months. They gave me sony erricsons number & told me to ring them. Instead im going to ring trading standards & get advice from them & i suggest yu do the same.
It is a kind of security code on your SIM card. If the incorrect PIN is entred 3 times, it gets blocked and in order to reset the PIN PUK code is required, it can get had from the Mobile Carrier. Call up the customer care and get the PUK code. You might need to provide them with the SIM serial number. Also mention to the customer care weather your is asking for PUK or PUK2 code.
Even i had a similar problem long time back but not now... its mainly because u must have occupied 85%-95% of your phone/ chip memory... try to deleted all unwanted files.. never overload ur memory chip...