Question about Cell Phones
First you need to make sure that your phone is actually working in the band that your wireless carrier uses. If your carrier uses a 850mhz. band and your phone is a triband without the 850mhz. band it will always says emergency and would never register. Borrow another Sim card that uses either 1800 or 1900mhz. band. If it register, then the phone is triband and your wireless carrier uses 850mhz. band. Another thing is to check the imei number, if they don't match, you need to fix'em. Compare the imei numbers (*#06#) with the one in the battery compartment.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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