Question about Samsung SGH-G600 Cellular Phone
If you contact you netowork provider and then request a PUK code then all good.
This is what I found on a forum:
"The PUK code relates to your SIM card, not the phone. If you enter the wrong for your SIM 3 times in a row, your SIM is blocked and you then require the PUK for your SIM.
There are a few ways to get your PUK. Firstly you can use our automated service to get this when calling 191 from your mobile. The PUK will then be provided by the system as long as you've set up a PIN on your account or registration and confirm this with the automated system when you call.
You could also e-mail us using the online contact us form here in the help section of our Vodafone.co.uk website.
Finally you could visit your nearest Vodafone store who'd provide you with your PUK once confirming your account security information with you."
I hope this helped.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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