Question about Cell Phones
1. Your sim card is not in the right position. Take out your battery and your sim card. Make sure it is in the right position. Also make sure no dust or dirt where the sim card goes. Put the sim card back in your phone and battery. Turn it on. See if the insert sim card goes away.
2. If it goes not, then you will need a new sim card. Go to your local service provider store to get a new one.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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