Question about Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sim blocked
1. if you've already registered the sim with the network- go to home page on web login to your account click on the help section click on unblock my sim, enter your mobile number & hey presto PUK code appears
2. ring the network & ask them for your PUK code
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
HI If you are asking for pin contact your service provider , he will give you a default pin .
If you try pin more than few predefined no of times your phone will ask PUK code which can also be given only by your service provider which is specific for each and every mobile number . Do not try PUK(new pin code) code many times or else your sim will be blocked and you will need a new sim.
Contact your sim customer care department over phone. Its free of cost to get the pin or puk no.
Go to the nearest service outlet of your service provider they can also help you.
There is no other go than the above procedure only your service provider can give it nobody else in this world nor any software.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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