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probably the main reason is that your SIM Card might be expired or damaged, causing your phone to have a limited service, "meaning no signal"... try to change your SIM Card, if the problem persists, consult me
check the "network settings" and make sure your set to auto or something similar. you dont say who your provider is but is sounds like your not on your "home' network, that is your service providers network.
you have a prob in signal reception. it is hardware related. if you can open your phone, try checking its antena connection probably it lost its contact to the board. or worst it has a problem on its hardware parts.
if you can't open your phone have it repaired to technicians coz it is mostly hardware related...
i have the same phone and which has the same problem i rang customer service to see if they could help they told me to try my simcard in a different phone and the sim works no problemwithsim they told me it could be the phone that is broke only had the phone 3 month