Question about Samsung SGH-D500 Cellular Phone
You should have a PUK number, on the plastic card where your sim card was. Enter 2-3 more pin numbers and your phone will lock itself and request the PUK number... tap it in and hey! presto.
PUK number is available from your service provider.
If you mean unlock sim, to make your phone work on any network. Most shops will do it for you for a couple of £s.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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