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Default [Q] Not registered on the network

Hi guys, i'm from Bulgaria and have a problem with my Samsung Galaxy S3 i9300.
When I put a sim card in and try to dial a number - "Not registered on the network".
I've tried more then 5 different roms (official from sammobile.com(4.1.2 and 4.3) and unofficial from xda forums 4.1.2), but every time pop up the error with network. Tried with Azrila patch and nothings goin' on.
I've tried to put another sim card and then error again. This and my sims are working in other phones normally
I've tried more then 10 time factory reset and so on.
The old owner of the phone probably was rooted the phone, because i've seen installed on it CWM 3.60 and android version was 4.1.2.
My IMEI and SN are correct in Android and on the label under the battery.

Now the phone was with official rom from sammobile 4.3.
The phone has no warranty.
Please can you help me to solve this bad problem.

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IMEI blacklisted is most probable cause, followed by efs corruption, sim reader failure, wrong modem or other hardware issue.
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IMEI blacklisted is most probable cause, followed by efs corruption, sim reader failure, wrong modem or other hardware issue.
What can i do i this cases ?
 
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If IMEI blacklist then phone is stolen and worthless, for the rest go search and read.

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