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#133969 9-Nov-2013 15:23
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I have recently messed with my Motorola Tundra and got locked out of my SIM I am with 2 degrees. When I open my phone it says "Your USIM PIN is blocked" I select "unlock" and it says "NZ COMMS USIM Blocked" "Enter PIN Unlock Code (PUK)" I had bought it off Trade Me without instructions nor box.   

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  #930029 9-Nov-2013 15:25
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Contact 2D customer care for the PUK code.

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  #930041 9-Nov-2013 16:03
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I don't know my SIM pin so i'll just buy a skinny sim I did it before and like it better.

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  #930051 9-Nov-2013 16:24
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Call 2Degrees and request your 8 digit PUK code it's not that difficult, You asked for help we offer you the best advice and then you go off on another angle



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  #930062 9-Nov-2013 17:23
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qaxaq: I don't know my SIM pin so i'll just buy a skinny sim I did it before and like it better.


A PUK code unlocks a SIM card that's been locked after entering the wrong PIN a certain number of times. The mobile operator will know this code.

If you don't care about your phone number then be welcome to go and buy another SIM. The telcos thank you for the money thrown at them...






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  #930100 9-Nov-2013 20:55
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No, I will listen to your advice you have sent help to me and i will accept it, Thanks.

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  #930102 9-Nov-2013 21:01
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I'm confused after reading this thread...


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  #930105 9-Nov-2013 21:09
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Couldn't answer the security questions correctly (my fault) so I have to buy a new SIM I appreciate the help.
Could you recommend a company. Thanks.



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  #930106 9-Nov-2013 21:10
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So confused...

Edit: Assuming your phone supports it, Telecom.




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  #930274 10-Nov-2013 15:26
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Went to 2Degrees got it fixed straight away
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  #930290 10-Nov-2013 16:04
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So so easy!

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