Question about Cell Phones
You need to contact your service provider for this. the PUK code is unique to your phone, and only your service provider (EE, Virgin Media, etc.) knows this. Just call them up on your phone and ask them for your PUK code. Have a phone statement handy, as they will need some form of ID, which should be on your statement.
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
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