Question about Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
Try using different SIM cards, the sim card may be defective or unregistered. If it can find a network using a different card, your SIM is no longer registering with the network correctly. Replace that SIM.
The other possibility would be a defective antenna. Replacement antennas are available online.
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