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Pin code and **** code used wrong
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sim card rejected
this happen if there is some problem in the sim card holder port ....
there will be loose contact inside the sim card holder is not touching the circuit board inside due to this your sim card is getting rejected ...
as you have told that the phone is a brand new one so i am sure that you will be having the warranty so just make use of it by contact the dealer with whom you have purchased or contacting the company customer care number to get more information about how to make use of your warranty ......
if you dont have the warranty then you must open the handset
and just remove the circuit board & sim card holder and insert it again so that the sim card holder touches the circuit board correctly ...
after this refit the phone then surely your sim will be accepted ....
it is better to use of warranty if you have ......
this is a simple problem if you dont have the warranty also you can only fix it ..
if you just open the handset & set that sim card holder to touch the circuit board that s enough everything will be done and works fine ...
if you are afraid of opening then you must just contact the technician ...
it is just a matter of very little bucks if you contact him also ...
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Posted on Jul 13, 2008
If u have entered a wrong PUK no. less than 10 times, then u can contact customer care and get the PUK unblocking code (its free). Remember each sim card has a different unblocking no.
If you have entered wrong PUK no. 10 times or more, then this SIM card is blocked and will have to be replaced by a new one. You need to visit any airtel franchisee, purchase a new sim, and they will delete your old sim card details and add the details of new sim card into their system. A new sim probably costs around 245/- (i think, though don't remember when i purchased it last). You need to carry old sim card + ID proof + any airtel bill (if postpaid, may get required).
If your connection had been a Postpaid with regular payment history, I would have applied a different approach
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Posted on May 27, 2009
ussually rejected simcards. are really unable to use. nor you really cant use that at all. instead buy a new one. if u entered a wrong pin thrice. then the sim card will asks you for the PUK code. which youll see it tipically from the card where you tore off the sim. or from the paper wer insertd @ sim package..
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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