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[Q] About 3G for MOTO G dual sim in INDIA

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By chkalyan, Junior Member on 9th February 2014, 08:55 AM
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28th May 2014, 07:28 AM |#11  
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Hi all,

recently I bought Moto G from flipkart,my Airtel sim is not registering on moto G even I had bought new micro sim from airtel showroom, It showing airtel as service but its not registring on mobile, I had tried on both SIM slots, but no use.
Can anyone please solve this problem, I loose the communication from all.

Thanks in Advance..

search the networks in network settings and select your network provider

i can also possible that your area have only 2g network
 
 
28th May 2014, 08:21 AM |#12  
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search the networks in network settings and select your network provider

i can also possible that your area have only 2g network

thanks for the suggestion,

I had tried on both cases, the network is visible but while try to registering its thorwing error message " can't register the network" on Airtel SIM,
another slot is filled with Idea network, its showing signals but not allowing to make call, throwing error as "mobile network not avalable"

so please can any one help me out.
28th May 2014, 09:53 AM |#13  
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thanks for the suggestion,

I had tried on both cases, the network is visible but while try to registering its thorwing error message " can't register the network" on Airtel SIM,
another slot is filled with Idea network, its showing signals but not allowing to make call, throwing error as "mobile network not avalable"

so please can any one help me out.

are you using your idea sim using 3g network?
try it using 2g network
28th May 2014, 12:11 PM |#14  
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are you using your idea sim using 3g network?
try it using 2g network

Idea is working , but airtel is not working, is any proper reason for the airtel only.
28th May 2014, 12:19 PM |#15  
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Idea is working , but airtel is not working, is any proper reason for the airtel only.

try it on 2g mode
i think there is no 3g network in your area so it is giving network registration failed
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30th May 2014, 07:32 PM |#17  
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AirTel sim not working in Moto G
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Originally Posted by sivasantosh

Hi all,

recently I bought Moto G from flipkart,my Airtel sim is not registering on moto G even I had bought new micro sim from airtel showroom, It showing airtel as service but its not registring on mobile, I had tried on both SIM slots, but no use.
Can anyone please solve this problem, I loose the communication from all.

Thanks in Advance..

Hi all,

me too facing the same problem in problem in Moto G, its not accepting the AirTel sim,
but it accepting vodafone, bsnl and all, kindly help us

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