Question about Cell Phones
First try it on another handset/mobile and check if the same message shows up or not. I think it would, the problem is that your sim card is rejected by the network operator (sim card provider). In most cases this happens when puk code is wrongly entered several times (exceeding the assigned attempts by the Network Operator). The only solution is to call the customer care of your Sim Card Provider, they'll help you how to and why it was done. If you are fortunate, your sim will be reactivated or else you'll need to visit a Gallery (sim card provider company's service center) and get a replacement. They'll identify you and will assure you are the true owner of the sim card, after that they will issue another sim card.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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