Question about Cell Phones
Suggest remove the battery and then the sim card then reinstall the sim card and the battery and power up.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That message is sent to the carrier by your SIM card (yes, the SIM card can send messages), the reason it reports a error is because Cingular somehow is just ignoring those messages and doesn't send your SIM card the answer it want, thus reporting an error.
Try changing the SIM to one from another company and see what happens. If nothing happens it's a Cingular's problem. Don't waste your time calling to the customer service center because the people that work there are incompetent and doesn't know the technical details under that error messages.
Posted on May 05, 2008
You simcard service is disconnected so you will need to contact your mobile service provider to have the service on your sim reconnected.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: I need to reactivate my
If you havent used your phone for a long time then you sim will be disconnected.
You need to call your service provider, sometimes the can reactivate it if has been unregistered for a short time.
If it has been a while, then you will have to purchasea new sim card, although you should be able to keep your old number if required.
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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