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09-19-2008 06:39 PM
09-22-2008 01:24 PM
lorriem1222 is right! PUK is the property of your SIM card. If you enter wrong SIM PIN no. 3 times then you'll be asked to enter PUK code and if you enter wrong PUK code 10 times then your SIM will be dead forever!!!
Usually PUK is written in the intial SIM card package by your carrier. They also have a log for PUK codes but often carrier don't let people know about PUK code. Rather they induce subscribers to get a new SIM card with same mobile number.
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10-30-2011 07:50 AM
my blackberry was second hand from one of my mums freinds so i did not get the boxing for it and i recently put a old orange sim in it so will this effect getting the code or should i just put the o2 sim back in???
09-22-2013 02:47 PM
please provide my puk
No one here can provide that...please scroll up and read the other posts. You must contact the provider (to you) of the SIM card to obtain the PUK code.