Question about O2 Samsung SGH-E250 Cellular Phone
request for a PUK code ("Personal Unlocking Key") will appear on your
phone if your SIM card PIN code is entered 3 consecutive times
Your SIM card will then become "PUKed" or Blocked. This is a security measure to protect your service.
You need to call the Customer Service department of your cell phone provider and they will give you the PUK code which will unblock your SIM card.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SAMSUNG SGH-E250 puk blocked
Every PUK code is unique so nobody can tell you your PUK number, but i will tell you what you can do!
1) If you still have your packet that your Sim Card came in, you should find your PUK number in there, if you don't have the packet, please read bellow.
2) You must get a phone that is on the same network as your phone and call the networks Customer Care and ask them for your PUK number, they will ask you for your phone number, then they will tell you your PUK number. Once you have done this, you will be able to reset your Pin number so you will be able to go into your phone again.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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