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Simcard problem... i have my iphone....first it worked great then all of a sudden it just said no service...it doesn't have any network....when i go to setting > network....it just say VPN not configured.....pls. help me.....

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Ok u hv started a vpn network in ur fone.........virtual private networking................its complicated fr u 2 undrstnd how it works but u hv 2 go 2 settings n turn off wireless n den restart n if dis's tuff fr u then restore it n unlok it wd iliberty

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