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Contact service provider

When switch on with a sim card the phone says contact service provider.

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    my motorola v3 says contact service provider whats rong please help arnoldtwebster@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2008

    mine says the same. ive been reading online and everyones just saying call the provider the PHONE is registered to, not the sim card. the sim card provider cant do much to help you at all.



    apparently. im still having the same problem, so i wouldnt really know. (:

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Cant contact customer service the phone wont let me ring anybody

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Making phone calls it says that out going call restricted please contact your service provider .

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    PHONE LOCKED-PLS CONTACT SERVICE PROVIDER IN SAMSUNG S-239

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U have to unlock u'r phone, it is locked to a different carrier then the one U are using

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What to do if - "Contact Service Provider", "Tampert Alter", "Wait before enter special Code" message is displayed: If after inserting a simcard from a different provider you notice the message "contact service provider" or any of the messages above, you will need to leave your phone on, at that "contact service provider" screen, for 1-3 hours. Just let it sit on the screen and dont touch any buttons during that time. It will then switch to something like "enter subsidy password", and you can then enter your code.

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This happened to me. Actually different way, But same thing. I have this message after PUK locking my phone and tempting to write a number over and over. I thought it meant the code I wanted to use for the password on my phone. I am still awaiting for a solution! :(

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My phone e52 sim card regestration failed


Hi,

This message may be displayed in the following situations:

  • The SIM card is out of alignment. If the phone has recently been dropped, bumped, or opened, the SIM card may need adjusting. Follow the SIM card installation instructions in your user guide.
  • The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is entered incorrectly multiple times. This can inactivate the SIM card. If inactivation appears to be permanent, contact your operator or service provider for a new SIM card.
  • You have recently changed service providers. In this case, either your SIM card or your phone may be configured for your previous operator and may require reconfiguring. It may also be that your phone is configured so that it cannot be used with a SIM card from a different operator or service provider. Please contact your current operator or service provider for assistance.

If none of the situations above apply and you continue to receive this error message, your SIM card may be damaged. Please contact your operator or service provider. Or alternately, contact your local Nokia Care Point for inspection.
Thanks and have a nice day.

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Phone displays "SIM card rejected" or "SIM card unaccepted".


The SIM (subscriber identity module) card is a small card inside your phone that establishes a network connection. The SIM card is provided by your operator or service provider. In most cases, they are the best source of assistance with SIM card problems. Your phone may display a SIM card error message if:
  • The SIM card is out of alignment. If the phone has recently been dropped, bumped, or opened, the SIM card may need adjusting. Follow the SIM card installation instructions in your user guide.
  • The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is entered incorrectly multiple times. This can inactivate the SIM card. If inactivation appears to be permanent, contact your operator or service provider for a new SIM card.
  • You have recently changed service providers. In this case, either your SIM card or your phone may be configured for your previous operator and may require reconfiguring. It may also be that your phone is configured so that it cannot be used with a SIM card from a different operator or service provider. Please contact your current operator or service provider for assistance.
If none of the situations above apply and you continue to receive this error message, your SIM card may be damaged. Please contact your operator or service provider to have the SIM card tested and/or replaced. Or alternately, bring your phone to the nearest Nokia Care point for inspection

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SIM card Rejected ? orvSIM Card unaccepted?


The SIM card is the small card inside your phone that establishes the network connection. In almost all cases, your operator or service provider is the best source of assistance with SIM card problems.

Your phone may display a SIM card error message if:

  • The SIM card is out of alignment. If the phone has recently been dropped, bumped, or opened, the SIM card may need adjusting. Follow the SIM card installation instructions in your user guide.
  • The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is entered incorrectly multiple times. This can inactivate the SIM card. If inactivation appears to be permanent, contact your operator or service provider for a new SIM card.
  • You have recently changed service providers. In this case, either your SIM card or your phone may be configured for your previous operator and may require reconfiguring. Please contact your current operator or service provider for assistance.
If none of the situations above apply and you continue to receive this error message, your SIM card may be damaged. Please contact your operator or service provider to have the SIM card tested and/or replaced.

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I accidentally push my sim code and it appears to be a PUK


PUK stands for Personal Unblocking Key. This is a uniqueeight-digit code specific to your SIM card. This is required when the PINnumber to unlock your mobile phone is entered incorrectly 3 times. You are thengiven 10 attempts to enter your PUK code. If an incorrect PUK code is enteredafter the 10th attempt, you will block your SIM card permanently and willrequire a new SIM card from your mobile phone provider.
PUK codes can be obtained through the following ways - The PUK code is in your SIM card documentation Starter Pack.If you do not have this then -Please contact your phone service provider.
Your cell phone service provider can give you the PUK code once you give themyour account details and they have confirmed your identity.

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1100 no network


If the cell phone service provider's network is not displayed, then the SIM card may not be making proper electrical contact in the phone. Remove the SIM card from the phone and clean the SIM card contacts with methylated spirits and the SIM card contact on the phone. Replace the SIM card and switch on your phone.
Hope this fixes your phone.

Dec 08, 2010 | Nokia 1100

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Please do help me in this i want to recover my sim because its puk is blocked can u tell me any way how to rcover it?


Hi there, i suggest you please contact your service provider for the PUK CODE. PUK code is protect your sim card. For more details please read the below topic. Its much clear to you.
1. My phone is requesting a PIN/PIN2/PUK/PUK2 code.
Your phone is equipped with one or more codes to protect it against unauthorised use. The PIN and PUK codes actually protect the SIM card, a small card inside your phone that establishes the network connection.
In most cases, your operator or service provider is the best source of assistance with PIN and PUK codes.
  • The most common code is the PIN (Personal Identification Number) code, which you set yourself and can activate and inactivate by following the instructions in your user guide.
  • The PIN2 code is a PIN code which acts as a second layer of protection for certain features of your phone. It functions in the same way as the PIN code, and more information is available in your user guide.
  • If the PIN code is entered incorrectly multiple times, your phone may request a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code. The PUK code is an 8-digit code provided by your operator or service provider.
  • If the PIN2 code is entered incorrectly multiple times, your phone may request a PUK2 code.
Please contact your operator or service provider for assistance with your PIN and/or PUK codes. If you have already contacted your service provider and the code provided did not work, you will have to obtain a new SIM card from your operator or service provider.
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2. My phone is requesting a security code.
Your phone is equipped with one or more codes to protect it against unauthorised use. Please note that the security code, which protects the phone itself, differs from the PIN code, which protects the SIM card.
If your phone is prompting you for a security code and you have not activated one, please try the following:
  • Enter the default security code: 12345. Only try this once.
If your phone still requests a security code, please bring it to the nearest Nokia care point for inspection. You can find care point addresses from the drop-down menu at the bottom of Repair.
Please note:
  • Some operators configure phones so that they only work with their brands' SIM cards. In this case, if you enter the wrong code three or more consecutive times, the phone may lock permanently. If this happens, contact your operator or service provider for assistance.
  • In other cases when you enter the wrong code three or more consecutive times, the phone switches to a "sleep mode" and does not accept any entries for the next 15 minutes. In this case, power the phone off, then back on, let it sit idle or untouched for 15 minutes, then try again or bring it to a Nokia Care point.
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3. My phone displays "SIM card rejected" or "SIM card unaccepted".
The SIM (subscriber identity module) card is a small card inside your phone that establishes a network connection. The SIM card is provided by your operator or service provider. In most cases, they are the best source of assistance with SIM card problems. Your phone may display a SIM card error message if:
  • The SIM card is out of alignment. If the phone has recently been dropped, bumped, or opened, the SIM card may need adjusting. Follow the SIM card installation instructions in your user guide.
  • The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is entered incorrectly multiple times. This can inactivate the SIM card. If inactivation appears to be permanent, contact your operator or service provider for a new SIM card.
  • You have recently changed service providers. In this case, either your SIM card or your phone may be configured for your previous operator and may require reconfiguring. It may also be that your phone is configured so that it cannot be used with a SIM card from a different operator or service provider. Please contact your current operator or service provider for assistance.
If none of the situations above apply and you continue to receive this error message, your SIM card may be damaged. Please contact your operator or service provider to have the SIM card tested and/or replaced. Or alternately, bring your phone to the nearest Nokia care point for inspection. You can find Care point addresses from the drop-down menu at the bottom of Repair.
Thanks & hope its helpful for you.

Mar 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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When i switch on shows enter puk no. my no. is 9432596108


Hi there, i suggest you please contact your service provider for the PUK CODE. PUK code is protect your sim card. For more details please read the below topic. Its much clear to you.
1. My phone is requesting a PIN/PIN2/PUK/PUK2 code.
Your phone is equipped with one or more codes to protect it against unauthorised use. The PIN and PUK codes actually protect the SIM card, a small card inside your phone that establishes the network connection.
In most cases, your operator or service provider is the best source of assistance with PIN and PUK codes.
  • The most common code is the PIN (Personal Identification Number) code, which you set yourself and can activate and inactivate by following the instructions in your user guide.
  • The PIN2 code is a PIN code which acts as a second layer of protection for certain features of your phone. It functions in the same way as the PIN code, and more information is available in your user guide.
  • If the PIN code is entered incorrectly multiple times, your phone may request a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code. The PUK code is an 8-digit code provided by your operator or service provider.
  • If the PIN2 code is entered incorrectly multiple times, your phone may request a PUK2 code.
Please contact your operator or service provider for assistance with your PIN and/or PUK codes. If you have already contacted your service provider and the code provided did not work, you will have to obtain a new SIM card from your operator or service provider.
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2. My phone is requesting a security code.
Your phone is equipped with one or more codes to protect it against unauthorised use. Please note that the security code, which protects the phone itself, differs from the PIN code, which protects the SIM card.
If your phone is prompting you for a security code and you have not activated one, please try the following:
  • Enter the default security code: 12345. Only try this once.
If your phone still requests a security code, please bring it to the nearest Nokia care point for inspection. You can find care point addresses from the drop-down menu at the bottom of Repair.
Please note:
  • Some operators configure phones so that they only work with their brands' SIM cards. In this case, if you enter the wrong code three or more consecutive times, the phone may lock permanently. If this happens, contact your operator or service provider for assistance.
  • In other cases when you enter the wrong code three or more consecutive times, the phone switches to a "sleep mode" and does not accept any entries for the next 15 minutes. In this case, power the phone off, then back on, let it sit idle or untouched for 15 minutes, then try again or bring it to a Nokia Care point.
^ Top
3. My phone displays "SIM card rejected" or "SIM card unaccepted".
The SIM (subscriber identity module) card is a small card inside your phone that establishes a network connection. The SIM card is provided by your operator or service provider. In most cases, they are the best source of assistance with SIM card problems. Your phone may display a SIM card error message if:
  • The SIM card is out of alignment. If the phone has recently been dropped, bumped, or opened, the SIM card may need adjusting. Follow the SIM card installation instructions in your user guide.
  • The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is entered incorrectly multiple times. This can inactivate the SIM card. If inactivation appears to be permanent, contact your operator or service provider for a new SIM card.
  • You have recently changed service providers. In this case, either your SIM card or your phone may be configured for your previous operator and may require reconfiguring. It may also be that your phone is configured so that it cannot be used with a SIM card from a different operator or service provider. Please contact your current operator or service provider for assistance.
If none of the situations above apply and you continue to receive this error message, your SIM card may be damaged. Please contact your operator or service provider to have the SIM card tested and/or replaced. Or alternately, bring your phone to the nearest Nokia care point for inspection. You can find Care point addresses from the drop-down menu at the bottom of Repair.
Thanks & hope its helpful for you.

Mar 10, 2010 | Nokia 3120 Cellular Phone

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Puk code for a samsungc300


hi if your phone is asking for puk code when you switch it on then this code is relating to the lock on the sim card and the only way of getting the puk code is by contacting your service provider they will then give you this code for free over the phone.
write is down in case you need it in the future, how ever the code they give you only works with that sim card in your phone.

If you get the code wrong 5 times then the sim card will be useless and locked, so contact your service provider and ask them for the puk code they give you this for free.

The puk code is written on the pack the sim card came with so if you still have the card and the pack that came with that sim card then the puk code will be written somewhere on the card or in the pack that came with the sim card.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

Jan 13, 2010 | Samsung SGH-C300 Cellular Phone

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Pin locked


PUK code, (personal unlocking key).

This is SIM card related / specific. If you take the SIM card out of the phone, the phone will work with another sim card.


The puk comes up when the pin code has been entered wrong 3 times. To get the puk code for your sim card, you have to call the service provider of that sim card. They are the only ones who can provide you with the right puk code for that sim card.


The puk code may also have came with the documentation of the sim card, if its a prepaid card the Puk code comes on the documents or on the box of the product.


if your unable to obtain the puk code, get a new SIM card.


Also entering the PUK code wrong too many times will eventually ruin the sim card forcing you to buy or contact your service provider for a new sim card.


There are no puk code calculators or anything that we can do about it, you can buy premium assistance and you will get this same response. There is no other solution.


You have to contact the phone service provider of that sim card or replace the SIM card.

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