Question about Lands Phones
If you have a mobile and its registed to the network you should of gave some security questions doing so. Some networks have a automated service to sort blocked phones. Call your network to get the PUK number for your phone once inserted youll be asked for a new password. once you put in a password your phone should be ready to use. It is sometimes easier to enter a code that only you can remember or joit it down. If you havent put any codes into your phone from new then in the user manual it tells you how to unblock your phone. Remember you only have three chances then your phone will be useless. You could try 0000 or 00000000 zeros but be very careful if you have already tryed so many codes then you will have to talk to a customer services by your network
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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