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Hi. This normally indicates that the iPhone you have on hand was either reported lost/stolen or was taken on contract and monthly instalments agreement was breached by the original contractee - resulting on its IMEI number being blacklisted by all carriers. This is more true if all national (South African) wireless service providers' SIM cards will not work. In that case, you may try and contact your carrier for your options.

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