Question about Cell Phones
Perform a master reset. If you need a security code try "000000"
If code not good search the net for your specific phone.
If this doesn't help the SIM card may be the problem.
Try your SIM card on a different phone. If you experience the same problem the SIM card is defective. They do go bad in 2-3-4 years.
If the alternate phone works, the problem is your phone. Tech
support ( or manufacturer's tech support ) should be able to help.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
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Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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