Question about Cell Phones
BC-60 is not your mobile's model. It is the battery's model no. Probably you don't yet inserted the SIM/RIM card to the phone. Open the back cover then remove the battery and u will find a SIM/RIM card slot. Insert that as per instruction then connect battery as per and switch on the phone. You should get the service if the sim card is active. Ok..
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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