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The choice depends a lot on your usage although a post paid means you do not have to run around to charge when you are travelling and the useage had exceeded a said limit.
Also the facilities for the post paid customers are more than the prepaid with a credit limit and time limit to pay.
Prepaid means also you need to stock recharge coupons and often require assistance but if you are able to control your calls and be prudent post paid will be useful.
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The PUK code or Personal Unblocking Keys are a security device that deters people from using your handset. For as you see 3 failed attempts at your pin means you need a PUK.
The only place you can get a PUK is from your service provider.
This means that you are going to have to phone them up from another phone.
You will be asked a series of questions to verify you are in fact the true owner of the handset and you will also be asked for the handsets IMEI number. This is located on a sticker underneath the battery or you can get it by typing *#06# into the blocked handset.
As I say...Only your service provider can issue you with the correct PUK and guessing will ultimately BLOCK your handset permanently.