Question about Cell Phones
It would appear that you cont have a service provider or your account is not current (you may owe them money).
There are a couple things going on here, and this is complicated by the idea that I don't know what country you are in and please do not say.
Is this a "Pay as you go phone"? If yes, you must purchase "air time" to make or receive telephone calls and messages. If this is not "Pay as yo go", you must subscribe to a service plan of some company where you live. Such plans usually require a commitment to continue the plan for some period of time.
What you describe is exactly what I would expect from a telephone that has no plan what so ever. If you expect to make and receive calls and send and receive messages, you have to have a service provider.
If you DO have a provider and IF your account is current, I suggest yo call them now and get your account straightened out. How can you call them when your phone will not work? Use a different phone.
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