Question about Cell Phones
Its either the wrong sim card that has been put into the phone or the phone is barred/blacklisted in the united kingdom
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
If ur mobile was drop down??? so if.. it might be problem with ur device network IC.. so need to replace...
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you place a new or a existing SIM card from another phone provider into your mobile phone and it asks for a Security code then :-
This phone is locked to the original mobile phone provider Telstra). You need to contact this mobile provider to ask for the unlock code (security code) for this phone. You need to provide proof of ownership etc and the phone's unique IMEI number which is located inside the phone under the battery. They use this number to generate the unlock code for your phone.
They should provide you with instructions on how to enter this code into the phone.
Once you unlock the phone, then you can insert a new SIM card in this phone or sign up with another phone provider using this phone.
You could ring the phone provider and ask for the unlock security code because you are going overseas and wish to use your phone with a prepaid SIM card from another country.
The other way to get your phone unlock is to use a phone unlocking company on the Internet, they usually charge a couple of Dollars for their services.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
maybe your phone is locked.
you can try to power up the phone first without a sim card.
Then power off. And then power on with the sim card.
if it still dont work, you should contact nokia.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
SOURCE: I bought a used Nokia
The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card, or Smart Chip, is a small card inside your phone that establishes a network connection. The SIM card is provided by your service provider or local dealer. In most cases, they are the best source of assistance with SIM card problems. There are a few reasons why you may receive this message. Service has not been activated for this SIM card through your provider. Service has been disconnected. Inadequate signal. The SIM card is not installed properly or making sufficient contact with your Nokia device. The SIM card is not working properly and may need to be exchanged. Tip: Power off your Nokia device, remove the SIM card and reinstall it. If you continue to have difficulty after contacting your service provider, please contact our Customer Care for further assistance.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
SOURCE: my nokia E72 is losing
This seems more of a hardware issue but what could be done is to remove the battery and the SIM card. Now clean the SIM card contacts and make sure that these contacts are really tight.
Reset the battery and if the phone shows the same symtom then it is a fault on the mother board and you must get a consensus on the cost estimation from Nokia before proceeding further or tampering.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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