Question about Nokia 2600
The PUK, Personal Unblocking Key and PIN, Personal Identification Number are supplied by the Service Provider. They both are eight digit numbers with defaut being 00000000 (eight zeros). Try them. If they dont work means that you have changed them and forgotten. Ask your service provider. Also go to Security and unselect the asking for PIN and PUK for future ease of operation.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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