Just make sure to have the phone unplugged from its charger and to pull the battery out of the phone while the phone is on and running.
Some cell phones are not designed to have a removable battery.
If power cycling didn’t fix the issue then power your phone on and while it’s on remove its battery.
This is a type of “soft reset” that can also fix minor software issues on Android phones.
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SIM cards are not bound to the phone and contain the subscriber’s information including their telephone number and on a side note can also be used by the user to save contacts to as well.
Replacing your SIM card every couple of years is usually a pretty good practice as it will keep your SIM up to date with the latest technologies.
If someone else in your family or social network has the same service provider as you do then you can also try your SIM card in their phone and there SIM card in your phone to try and pinpoint whether it’s a software or hardware problem.
Restarting the phone will force it to try and reach out and attempt to connect to your network again.
If it was just a hiccup with the software this extremely simple reboot can fix the issue.
Well there is little point in owning a cell phone if it has no service.