Question about Cell Phones
PIN and PUK are two security features provided by the service provider. The defaults are 12345 and 00000000 (eight zeros), respectively. BUT, given wrong three or more times will lock the SIM and will render it useless. You have to get another SIM on a small charge to retain the old number. You know where you stand. So, call up the helpline of your service provider and ask for a new SIM if the default ones do not work for you. Most likely the defaults will not work as the phones ask for these only when you change and use them as there is no point in using the defaults.
Also please do not use such things as we all tend to forget the passwords sooner or later.
All the best.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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