Question about Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
You can get the PUK code from the Service Provider........
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
PUK code is a SIM specific code assigned by your service provider. No
way you can guess & enter it. So, when it asks for the PUK code,
don’t do anything, get the PUK code from your service provider. Airtel
has a easier way of getting PUK code. For getting PUK code of a Airtel
number, send PUK<space>PhoneNumber to
toll free number 121.
If the above method doesn’t works or your service provider is not Airtel, call to customer care using any other mobile phone which uses the same service provider. They will ask some details about you to make sure you are the owner of the SIM card. Questions might include your billing address, email ID, numbers you recently called or messaged etc. They might even ask you number printed on the SIM card, so be prepared with all details before calling them. Once you get the PUK code, enter it into the phone & your phone will return to normal.
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