Question about Motorola Computers & Internet
Remove the Sim Card then insert it again. Then turn it on. Now, if the problem still occurs, try using other mobile phones by inserting your sim card into it. If the problem did not appear on the other mobile phones then your mobile phone is defective. You have to replace your mobile. But if the problem occurs in other mobile phones then your sim card is defective. Report it immediately to your provider for replacement.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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