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When you inserted your friend's "3" SIM card, your PIN got associated with the "3" network. Now you're going back to your original SIM card while your PIN is still being associated with the other network. It's a security feature which doesn't allow your PIN to bounce around from carrier to carrier. Remember that BlackBerry devices are all about security.
Not to worry, though, there's an easy solution. Call 3 in the UK and tell them to release your phone's PIN from their network. Once that's done, insert your original SIM card in your phone so that it may once again be associated with your phone's PIN.
I hope that helps you.
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