Question about Sony Ericsson Cell Phones
Have you tried reseating your SIM card? The SIM card is a small card most likely found under the battery in your phone. Also make sure the contacts are clean in the phone and on the card. Use some Isopropyl Alcohol and a cotton swab to clean them. If nothing works then your SIM card may have gone bad, there is a microchip in it. You might be able to get it replaced for free from your cell provider if you are still under contract or they might sell you one.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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