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I Need A Sim Password To Unlock My Cell Phone Sim - Can You Help?

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If your mobile phone is brand new and hasn’t yet been set up with a unique password, often the original password will be something simple such as ‘0000’ or ‘1234’. Some network providers and manufacturers will differ so it is worth checking in the manual that came with your phone to see if it offers any more information. The ‘setup’ section of your instruction manual should tell you how to start-up your phone for the first time and give you any passwords that the phone comes with.

If you have bought your mobile phone from someone else who is not contactable and the original SIM password doesn’t work, it may mean that you need to try to set up a new one. By phoning the network provider you may be able to get help resetting your password so that you can gain access to your cell phone. If the network provider cannot provide you with any help and you are still struggling to use your cell phone, then it may be necessary to buy a new SIM card. The network provider may organise this for you over the phone free of charge but if they don’t then it is easy to buy a SIM card from your local shops at a low price. Make sure that you buy a SIM card that is compatible with the cell phone that you have bought. If the person you purchased the phone from has always used it with a certain provider, then it is quite likely that the phone is only compatible with that provider. SIM cards are cheap and call rates between companies are competitive, so if you do have to change to another provider, it is unlikely that you will be paying much more to use your cell phone.
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My samsung keep asking for sim password when I inserted the new sim  and wouldn't function ...the cellular phone won't accept other than my old sim ....what can I do?
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My phone is Samsung star when I put my old sim than I have to type my password and I don't  know what password I'm got to type
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Go to your wireless carrier's office and tell them you need a new SIM.  Someone I knew lost their whole phone, and they replaced the SIM card for no charge.

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