SIM Card Damage: The physical condition of the SIM Card may be compromised. This could include scratches, cracks, or other forms of damage that prevent it from functioning correctly.
Improper Insertion: The SIM Card might not be properly inserted into the SIM card slot. This could be due to incorrect alignment, partial insertion, or foreign objects obstructing the connection.
SIM Card Compatibility: The SIM Card may not be compatible with your phone. Different phones require specific types of SIM Cards, such as GSM or CDMA, and using an incompatible SIM Card can trigger this error.
SIM Card Malfunction: Over time, SIM Cards can wear out or become faulty, leading to issues with recognition by your phone.
Software Glitches: Occasionally, software glitches or conflicts within your phone’s operating system can result in difficulties recognizing the SIM Card.
If you suspect that you have a faulty SIM Card, you should contact a Tech Support Specialist as soon as possible to report the issue.
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If you ever encounter the error message “SIM Invalid” or “Invalid SIM” on your phone, remember that it indicates an issue with your SIM Card.
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