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    T.T.
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    What does it mean when my phone displays "no access"





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  2. #2
    michael turner
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    Re: "no access"

    On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 00:51:11 +0000, T.T. wrote:

    > What does it mean when my phone displays "no access"


    Two possible reasons:

    1) Your SIM is invalid. Try the SIM in another phone, or try another SIM
    in that phone.

    2) The phone's IMEI is blacklisted, reported stolen. The original owner
    would have to report the phone as 'found' for the SPs to remove it from
    their blacklists. Else chuck it in the bin, or give it to the police.

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  3. #3
    repatch
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    Re: "no access"

    On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 00:51:11 +0000, T.T. wrote:

    > What does it mean when my phone displays "no access"


    If it's a Fido phone it usually means you don't have any Fido signal but
    you do have Rogers. Since you can't roam on Rogers with your Fido you get
    the "no access" message. On older phones you might also see "911 only".
    TTYL



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    Hattori Hanzo
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    Re: "no access"


    "T.T." <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
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    > What does it mean when my phone displays "no access"
    >


    I have the same problem (in Italy) with an old R320s.


    HH





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    Steve
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    Re: "no access"

    id guess you have a SE t68i then.............


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  6. #6
    John M Flinchbaugh
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    Re: "no access"

    michael turner <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 00:51:11 +0000, T.T. wrote:
    >> What does it mean when my phone displays "no access"

    > Two possible reasons:
    > 1) Your SIM is invalid. Try the SIM in another phone, or try another

    SIM
    > in that phone.
    > 2) The phone's IMEI is blacklisted, reported stolen. The original

    owner
    > would have to report the phone as 'found' for the SPs to remove it

    from
    > their blacklists. Else chuck it in the bin, or give it to the police.


    i've seen this on rare occassion with various phones over the
    years on attws (mostly ericsson's i'd guess). i just saw it
    over the weekend as well on my t68i for a couple hours. i've
    just assumed it meant i was finding towers that wouldn't accept
    me for roaming. i've never expected it to be a blacklist issue
    and i've never changed my sim or phone in that time.
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