Question about Cell Phones
To unlock the phone, you must make a perilous journey.
A. Go through the paperwork you got with the phone looking for the PUK code, type it in and remember to not fall for the temptation again.
B. Contact your service provider making sure you know the last 4 numbers/letters of your SS number (I do not know what the SS number is, I'm saying this part from someone else) and the account holders name.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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