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by (Genius) (10.4m points)
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Hey Thebolo, below are the possible causes

  1. The tablet was taken up on a contract agreement and the original owner has defaulted or breached the contract in one way or the other. This then led Vodacom to blacklist the device.
  2. The Vodafone Smart tab 3G was bought secondhand from a third party who got it through an unlawful way (that got the police officials involved) and hence its IMEI has been blacklisted.
  3. Lastly, one or more electronic network dependencies (on the tablet's PCB) may have sadly failed.

Resolving any of the three possible causes will either ways involve contacting Vodacom's Customer Service center.

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