Question about T-Mobile Wing™ Smartphone
To find my puk code on a cell phone t-mobile NOKIA
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
I forgot my password and now i put the wrong one is too many times and there is this sim blocked thing and when i push unblock it takes me to pin 1 unblock code and so on and i dont kno what to do
Posted on May 06, 2008
SIM Cards and Unlocking your Phone
What is a SIM?
Subscriber Identity Module (SIM): A smart card containing the telephone number of the customer, encoded network identification details such as: Call Forwarding, Caller ID, etc., the PIN, and other user data such as the phone book. T-Mobile customers can move their SIM card from any T-Mobile branded phone to any other T-Mobile branded phone without the need to contact Customer Service to activate the new phone. Your rate plan and phone number will follow your SIM to the new phone.
SIM Error Messages:
A SIM PIN can be used to prevent access to your phone. When enabled, your phone will prompt you for the SIM PIN when the phone is powered on. Entering the wrong PIN will prevent you from making or receiving calls. SIM PINs are different from a Security Code that your phone may use to secure other phone functions. Please check your phone’s manual for further security details.
T-Mobile SIM PIN numbers are set to default values before purchase. If you change your SIM PIN, it is recommended that you keep record of the new PIN in a safe location. T-Mobile cannot retrieve a lost or forgotten SIM PINs.
T-Mobile branded phones operating on the T-Mobile network may only use T-Mobile SIM cards. To use a T-Mobile branded phone on another wireless carrier's network with a non-T-Mobile SIM card, you must first request a "SIM Unlock" code from T-Mobile. Conversely, if you have a phone from another North American wireless carrier, you may need to request a "SIM Unlock" code from that carrier before being able to use a T-Mobile SIM card on the T-Mobile network.
SIM Unlock Requests:
T-Mobile customers must meet the following eligibility requirements before contacting Customer Service to request your SIM Unlock code.
The following restrictions apply to all account types:
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unlock code
call the company you are registered with. tell them you are flying overseas and need the phone unlocked. they will put a request for you and email you the unlock code. you can only post a request for a phone every 1 or 2 months for each phone. (works with t-mobile)
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
You need to have the network setting setup on the phone by your carrier. even though the phone is unlocked the current network setting are for t-mobile. if your not using t-mobile most of that stuff wont work.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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