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Keep losing all my numbers

Help every time i charge my phone i lose all my phone numbers. they only come back if i take out the sim card its been doing this for abbout a month now. I've tried cleaning all the connection points and still no luck the phones now 2 years old and not even under warranty. Thanks

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    this the 2nd phone from u and it doesnt work either i want 2 xchg it 4 a diffrent phone this time my phone is still under warranty my phone number is 2702277133



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There is an opion wre you save you numbers to the addres sbook on on the sim card on the phone you need to check if the opion is on the the sim card you may be saving the numbers to the sim

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all you need to do is call your service provider and ask them to unblock the sim how ever as the sim is sayin PUK blocked then this is telling us that the sim has been cancelled. so what you will need to do is either get a new sim and ask for your number to be transfered onto the new sim or cut your losses and just get a new sim and new number.

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if you dont need to use that sim card then you can get a new sim card for your phone and this wont ask for the PUK code.

Each sim card made has its own unique PUK code and it is totally random so their are no number generators out their that can get you this number as its unique to each sim card.

Giving your service provider a call will get you the PUK code and they wont charge for giving you this, if you enter the number wrong between 5 and 10 times depending on what network your with then this will mean the sim card is locked and can no longer be used and you will also lose any data that is stored on the sim card.

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