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This usually indicates that your Mobile phone provider does not have a network coverage in your area (note: in Country areas, limited network coverage is usually from Vodafone, 3 or Optus). To be on the safe side, make sure that you allow both 2G and 3G network access as 3G access is usually limited to larger cities/towns.
Check with your Mobile phone provider for both 2G and 3G coverage in your area.
Emergency calls are allowed from any Network even if your provider does not service a specific area.
In my area that usually means that your phone service has been cut off.They provide only emergency calls as a free service.Sounds like you need to get in contact with your provider and find out why your phone seems to be cut off.
when a phone usually says limited service that means the phone is locked. this happens when the phone has been lost or stolen and it has been reported to the network provider and they lock it. im afraid there is no way to get the phone unlocked.