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Make it clear that PIN1 PIN2 and PUK codes are all Service Provider (SIM) dependent, no need to worry at all.
All you have to do, is to call your Service Providers (like T-Mobile, Orange, AT&T..) and ask them about the code.
They will first authenticate few things about you, and will provide you with the PUK code Happily.
And also note that some Cellular Networks also provide these codes through their Websites, so also check your Service Provider's Webpage.
If there is not an option on their Web, then calling them is a 100% working solution.
Hopefully, now the picture would be clear.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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