Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Hello there ....its quite simple...you need to call the customer care of your service provider and ask them to register and activate your sim card ..it is free...just keep the model number of your phone number handy (you will find that on the box in which you got the phone)...or the IMEI number (15 digits mostly) by dialing *#06# on your phone or beneath the battery or on the box near bar code....and your sim card number (19 digits mostly)on the back of your sim card the little chip that you put in your phone
that should solve the problem.....
you can also ask the for some freebies ...like text message ,photo and videos messages ...many companies promote them....always good to try something for free before you start using it ...lol
hope this helps
Posted on May 25, 2009
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