by geoffbuster
Visitor

ive change my phone and the sim needs a pin to unlock network

my pin 111 wont work to unlock network

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by Ace Contributor
Ace Contributor

Re: ive change my phone and the sim needs a pin to unlock network

Hi @geoffbuster

it’s usually 4 digits, not 3 to unlock.  Have you tried this? If you are still having issues, it’s best to call EE customer services for assistance to help you with this. 

Is the phone compatible with your chosen network?  ie it’s not locked to a certain network that’s different to your sim?

 

 

by
EE Community Support Team

Re: ive change my phone and the sim needs a pin to unlock network

Good Afternoon @geoffbuster

 

Welcome to the community. 

 

Is the phone locked to EE? 

 

What SIM card are you using?

 

If the code you have received is not working, I would recommend getting back in touch with our mobile care team.

 

Speak soon, Katie 🙂

by Profile closed
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Re: ive change my phone and the sim needs a pin to unlock network

Hi, @geoffbuster,

 

I think the pin no you require is: ( 1111 )

 

This is how I unlocked my Sim

 

Regards

 

 

mAh8v

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: ive change my phone and the sim needs a pin to unlock network

What are you actually trying to do? Are you wanting to unlock your phone so it can be can be used on any network?

 

Which network's SIM are you trying to use in the phone?

 

Where did you get this phone from?

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