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Hello - If the RAZR V3 is a "branded" phone, Verizon, att, etc., there is no way to change it over to your carrier. Look under the phone battery. If there is no SIM card slot, there is no way to change the phone over to your carrie. I would suggest you go to http://www.motorola.com and check out their unlocked phones. They do an excellent job of explaining an unlocked phone.
remove the sim clean the copper face gently with a soft eraser wipe it down so it is free of rubber and replace the sim.
If prob persists it is then one of 2 things
either a billing prob ( check with provider )
the sim reader in the phone is faulty and you will nead a tech to fix this