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Phone not coming on

Ok the slot where the sim is going is missing and the hole by the sim it's not dere also so there for the phone not getting no power

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If the phone is still under warranty have them repair or you can buy a refurbished one for less than $100.00. That is the only solution I see fit.

Posted on May 09, 2008

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