Question about Nokia 1100
Lost t-mobile sim card wont to block it for free
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are out of options as far as what you can do now that the phone is out of your possession.
That is why you set up a security code for the phone, so if it is stolen they have a hard time of using it.
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
There is not need to Worry about your SIM card because you made Duplicate/Replacement of your SIM card .Usually Duplicate Sim card may take Some hours to Active[12 or up to 24 hours-Mostly related/depends with Provider]...So be patient...you will be Solved...If problem Continues after Specified time,you can Contact the SIM card provider/Where you made Replacement of your Sim[They are Responsible to Clear it ]....Thanks for Using FixYa....
Posted on May 29, 2010
PUK codes are different for all handsets.
You need to call your network operator and give them you IMEI number. They will then be able to tell you your PUK code.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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