Question about Samsung SGH-t219 Cellular Phone
Don't try to enter a PUK code without knowing the right one.
You need to call your service provider to get this code.
It can be as many as 8 digits, and it is random. If you enter too many wrong codes,
you can permanently damage the device. So Please You Go to Service office
and Get the Duplicate Sim From Office Oprater Same Your No Problem will Solved
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
If you are trying to use a SIM card in your phone and
getting a message like "Enter Subsidy Code", "Incorrect SIM
Card", "SIM not provisioned" , "Emergency Calls Only" or similar messages, then you need
an unlock code for your mobile phone. You can get Samsung SGH-T219 Unlock Code from the
network provider, they will provide a code with easy to follow instructions on how to unlock your phone. You may check Samsung Unlock Code
site, they can open up all networks for you where you want to use your phone. Once your phone is unlock, it will work with any networks worldwide without sticking to one network only.
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