Question about Nokia N71 Cellular Phone
You SIM card is most likely faulty. As it cannot register itself on the network you are trying to connect to.
They would only black list someone, for unpaid accounts or abuse etc, something fairly serious, they don't just do it on a whim.
This could be for a few reasons, you need to contact your Service Provider, and ask about your phone number. It may simply not be activated? It may not be registered as a current network user, the SIM card is faulty, or simply just will not work in that phone, it may even be OK in another, they can be temperamental,? or even perhaps your phone is faulty? You simply must check through what it maybe starting with the Telco.
If you could try another SIM, and see if that worked, that would at least prove the phone.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
Testimonial: "ty Siverdragon for your quick reply!! i am in South Africa, either the sim or the phone is buggered :| either way.. its not good.. time for new phone."
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