Question about Motorola Mobility C168 Cellular Phone
If your phone is blocked. Take it to your nearest network provider outlet, to get it unblocked.
If your sim card is blocked. Go to your network providers website, where you can obtain the puk code that will unblock the sim card.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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