I had the same issue, brand new phone purchased from a Rogers Store in Downtown Vancouver and within 3 days a call wouldn't go through and when I look at what the phone was dialling I saw this message "Not Allowed by SIM". This pop-up msg doesn't stay very long though.
At any rate took it back to the store, they couldn't duplicate the problem so I was left to call customer service who told me that they had not heard of this problem and gave me a case ID#. I was then meant to take this case ID back to the store of purchase to get a new phone since it was within 7 days of purchase. And what do you know the store does not accept Rogers Case ID# because they are an independent company and not hooked up to the Rogers system (but how they can draw up contracts etc, I do not know).
This has now happened 4 or 5 times and I have done 2 factory resets and it works but within a couple of days the problem comes up again. On my 3rd visit to the store a friendly sales associate gave me a new SIM card hoping that the problem woudl be resolved, but after 3 days voila the same problem.
Today I went back to the store determined to get a resolution as I haven't heard back from Rogers after I explained my predicament in an email. The same friendly sales associate changed my settings from AUTO to 4G only with the hope that perhaps this might stop the system from searching for an LTE signal. I am hoping this would solve the problem. Hope this helps...
From what I've heard from Rogers Corporate support this isn't an issue with the S3, the SIM or your account etc. It has to do with the LTE network, bouncing from tower to tower and from LTE to HSPA, 3G etc. If you're always on LTE you'll never see this happen supposedly. If you go from LTE to 3G or HSPA the connection gets confused. This doesn't appear to affect data at all just phone calls. A reboot resets the connection and then you're good. This is happening all over on the Rogers network and apparently they're working on fixing it. I'm in Ottawa but I know people in other provinces having the same issue.
this Happens here in Montreal about once every week or so on my Samsung S3 !!
i hope they fix this because it sucks
Hey, Alberta here. (south of edmonton.)
I dont have LTE here, but today was the first time this has happend. I have had my S3 for less then 24Hrs. Im happy to see im not the only one, but i was on the fence to renew my contract with rogers due to there signal/service in the first place. Having this happen is not making me a happy camper, and if something isnt done asap, il be returning my phone within the first 15days, and demanding that they cancle my contract.
I just bought the samsung galaxy 3s. I am on contract 3 yr plan. When I try to make a call it tells me not allowed by sim???? What does this mean, and how do I correct it. Thanks
Ok so I think I also found a quick fix that may or may not work for everyone! If you switch "to" airplane mode, and try to make the call it states you cannot make the call when you try, and then asks you to switch airplane mode "off" which I did and well, tried making the call again and it worked just fine! as for the Network Connection, I totally see the logic, it usually happens when my phone tries to reconnect to the network after being out of service.... (which on a side note, I have had to call rogers for this because, as they told me when I called, the phone likes to unregister itself from the sim as well causing it to read as a phone w/out a line connected to it)... I hope this helps
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