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What is a PIN?

These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.

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These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.

How do I retrieve my PUK number? (Video)

here are 4 ways to find out your PUK number:

Option 1
Log in to My Vodacom and you will be able to view your PUK number on the landing page.

Porting

These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.

How do I retrieve my PUK number? (Video)

here are 4 ways to find out your PUK number:

Option 1
Log in to My Vodacom and you will be able to view your PUK number on the landing page.

Porting

These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.

How do I retrieve my PUK number? (Video)

here are 4 ways to find out your PUK number:

Option 1
Log in to My Vodacom and you will be able to view your PUK number on the landing page.

Porting

These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.

Porting

These three letters are quite important. PIN stands for Personal Identification Number, and it’s a security code that makes sure nobody uses your SIM card without your permission.

You might also have heard of a PIN 2, but that number is identical to your PIN number found on the Starter Pack.