Question about Cell Phones
Check the phone settings of your phone, from your phone menu. Then go to phone settings network. click the automatic settings, this will able to search any signal available from the simcard you installed. if the situation still the same, just maybe your phone is not yet openline. thanks
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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