[access-uk] Re: Nokia 6600 saying No Network Coverage

If you get a "no network coverage" message, it means just that, you have
no network coverage in your area. Hope that helps.
On Wed, 27 Dec 2006 19:59:00 -0000, "Andy Logue"
<andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Hi all.
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> I bought a Nokia 6600 with talks a few months ago and got a Sim Card
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> in a local shop.  The attendant did not provide me with a top-up card and=
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> advised that I could pick one up in one of many local shops, such as WH=
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> Smith, John Mengies etc.  Well, I did not get around to getting a card
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> just  before Christmas.  My wife read out the Vodafone four digit number
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> me to phone, but my phone says No Network Coverage
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> Does this perhaps mean that the =A310 credit I got with the Sim Card has
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> used up?  Or, is there another reason for this.
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> Any advise very welcome.
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> Best wishes.
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> Contact me at
> andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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