Default Sim Pin for All Mobile Network (Sim Unlocking Code)

If you want to lock your SIM card wish password, then you will need default sim pin of that mobile network.

So, in this post I will going to tell you default sim pin of All mobile network like Aircel, Airtel, Jio, Vodafone, BSNL, Idea, Tata Docomo, Reliance. These pins are valid in all states(Delhi & NCR, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana, Gujarat, Assam, Bihar & Jharkhand, Kolkata, Haryana, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh & Chattisgarh, West Bengal, Maharashtra & Goa, Utter Pradesh West & Uttarakhand, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh East, North Eastern States, Tamil Nadu & Chennai, Odisha, Rajasthan, Punjab). Also recently I have written about Airtel PUK code unlock sim card.

 

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What is Default Sim Pin

Default sim pin is needed when you want to set password in the SIM to lock your sim card. One thing that you should keep in mind if you are going to set SIM password is that only you will get 3 chances to enter pin codes. That means you enter wrong pin more than three times then you sim will be locked and asked for PUK(Personal Unblocking Key) Code.

All Network Operator SIM unlock pin:

SO, below is default sim unlocking code to set password in your sim card.

Mobile NetworkDefault SIM PIN
Aircel code0000
Vodafone code0000
Reliance code0000
Airtel code1234
BSNL code0000
Idea code1234
JIO0000 or 1234
Tata Docomo code1234

 

You can note that every mobile network or operator has either 0000 or 1234 as thier default sim pin.

At Last

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