Cant find how to regista online tob get an extra $10 free credit
I bought a super prepay sim card i have used the $5 on the sim card but it says on the package to go online to registra to get an extra $10 but when i put in the website everything else comes up expect a place to registra and if i click on to registra or registration everyones problems come up or there are things for sale. Please help, this is getting very frustrating and i bet vodafone are making mega dollars if there are other people out there that are like me and after a while cant be bothered trying and just give up. In the product space im just going to put in any model as i dont know it, its just a motorola vodafone and i dont even know why you need to know the model as all i want to do is registra to get my $10 credit
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You haven't given any make, model or network details, but the situation is the same as incorrectly entering a PIN code too many times on a regular phone. Contact your network operator, they will probably tell you that you need a PUK code (Personal Unblocking Key).
PUK codes are only supplied to registered users, so if you have a pay monthly contract or have a registered prepay credit phone then you'll be given the code after the company asks you a few security questions. if the phone is an unregistered prepay credit model, then your only solution is to fit a new SIM card from the same network (if the phone has been unlocked to all networks you can use any SIM) but you'll lose all SIM data including unused credit and your old phone number.
Yes, usually. You will need to contact Mobile for another sim card however. Not all phones are able to be used for prepay though, can be hit or miss. Call up Mobile, from that phone (611), and ask them. You will need a sim card in it though (original card).
Onnce you have exceeded the maximum number of passcode attempts, the SIM will become locked and won't allow further attempts.
When that happens you must obtain a PUK code (Personal Unblocking Key). This can only be supplied by the network providerto either the registered subscriber.
If the SIM is a prepay credit SIM which has never been registered with the network provider, then the PUK code cannot be provided and the SIM card is useless. All data on it such as the phone number, pre-paid credit and any contacts stored on it will be lost.
The phone itself may also have a block on it, even if the PUK code is available as many phones enable the owner to set a handset specific security code (can be a passcode or can be a pattern drawn on the screen).
Restriction is nothing but the unlocking for your mobile, unlocking means in your phone just removes the SIM card restriction on your phone so that you can use any other network's SIM card. To get the restriction code for your Nokia model mobile, just visit this site Unlock-free.com , in this site just give your IMEI number , country & network lock after that within a short period you can get the restriction code for your nokia mobile at a free of cost itself...........I hope this may helpful to you.........
If your sim shows wrong SIM card then that sim card is not compatible
with the phone means it is not the SIM which was present when the mobile
was bought. You need to insert the SIM card which provided with this
SIM and unlock it. Unlocking services are provided by the Service
provider or Online. This site www.theunlockarena.com provides quick
unlocking. Once you have unlocked you can insert any SIM card and use
try calling customer services at O2 or call into an O2 store. They maybe able to tell you the number from the sim number?
They will ask you to answer some security questions which are how much credit is on sim? When you last topped it up? How did you top it up?(i.e. voucher or etop up swipe card) If you cannot answer these then I am afraid they will not be able to give you the number (data protection act).
Good news is that if you go to an O2 store you can pick up a new free sim as long as you put £10 of call credit on it. Hope that helps?