Question about Nokia 1100
It displayes the sim is not accepted
Three reasons for this:
1) If you have just obtained the phone and have used your own sim card, your phone is more than likely locked to a particular network. That means that it will only work with a sim card that matches that same network. If you try to use a sim card for a different network, the phone will tell you the card is not accepted. You can obtain unlock codes for most cell phones so that any network will operate.
2) The phone, sim card or both are on a lost or stolen list and the phone has been blocked. If this is the case you can do nothing unless you are an expert. My advice would then be to take it to your local police.
3) Or the sim card is faulty or has poor contacts. You can try gently rubbing the gold coloured contacts with a cotton bud.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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