How To Fix The SIM Not Provisioned MM#2 Error Quick Fix

You will usually get the SIM not provisioned MM#2 error when you have a new phone with a new SIM card or when you are trying to transfer your number to a new SIM card. This problem can also be caused when the mobile network provider’s server is unavailable. This usually occurs when trying to register a new SIM card to the network whenever no communication to the network is available. If this happens even if the SIM has already been previously registered to the network then you might need to have the SIM card replaced. Listed below are the troubleshooting steps that you need to do to fix this particular problem.

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How To Fix The SIM Not Provisioned MM#2 Error

Before performing any of the troubleshooting steps listed below you should first restart your phone. This simple step will refresh the phone connection to the network and will usually fix this type of problem.

Reinsert the SIM card

It’s possible that the problem is caused by an improperly inserted SIM card. If this is the culprit then you should turn off the phone and remove the SIM card. With the SIM card removed from the device carefully inspect it for any damages. If necessary you should wipe its contact points with a soft cloth. Reinsert the SIM card back then turn on the phone.

Check if the SIM not provisioned MM#2 error still occurs.

Activate your SIM card

In most cases the SIM card that you have will be automatically activated within 24 hours of being inserted in your phone. If after 24 hours the problem still persists then you can try to call an automated number of your carrier, send an SMS ( if supported), or log into the activation page of your carrier’s website.

Check if the SIM not provisioned MM#2 error still occurs.

Contact your service provider

If you have already tried doing the troubleshooting steps listed above and the issue still persists, then it’s time to contact your service provider. Explain to them what steps you have done so far to fix the problem. They will be checking if the problem is caused by their activation server and if it is then you will be given a time frame on when the problem will be fixed.

Get a new SIM card

In case the above steps fails to fix the problem then it’s time to try a new SIM card. It’s best to go to the local branch of your service network and get a SIM card from them so they can also perform some diagnostic steps on your device.