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Phone connection problem

I put sim card into the ipaq pda activate it, entered pin number but telephone is not working. I can't call anybody or get any calls.

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Mustafa Korucu
mgkorucu@yahoo.co.uk

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  • Anonymous Jun 08, 2008

    hola tengo un ipaq 6315 pero la tarjeta sim no esta disponible me se la clave pin y todo pero en pocas palabras no tiene linea. y quisiera saber si podria ingresar a internet sin tener linea por medio de wi-fi??? agradeceria sus respuestas ,,, gracias...

  • Anonymous Jun 08, 2008

    hola tengo un ipaq 6315 pero la tarjeta sim no sirve en pocas palabras no tengo linea. pero quisiera saber si puedo ingresar a internet por medio de wi-fi sin necesidad de tener linea?? agradeceria sus respuestas gracias...

  • imashjr Sep 02, 2008

    yes I am on roaming came from India to USA but unable to call .Further as no icon of my SIM CARD PROVIDER IS SEEN IN PROGRAMME MENU unable to CHANGE TO INTERNATIONAL . Basically I am a BSNL Cellone user.

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You need to turn the phone feature on

Start, IPAQ Wireless, click phone picture to turn it on

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  • Armatobarana May 13, 2008

    ipaq wireless contains the info for Phone, Wireless and Bluetooth i forgot to add

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