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It sounds like your phone is Blocked in Poland ie reported as lost or stolen: Blacklists of stolen devices This has nothing to do with your provider, your phone(s) might work without any problems in other countries. If your phone(s) was/were SIM-Locked you would get a different message before loading the home screen, something like the this I am afraid ...


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It sounds like your phone is SIM-locked: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIM_lock This is imposed by the operator you bought the phone from, and has nothing to do with Poland. Contact your home operator and see if they can unlock it for you. This is usually a paid service.


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Prepaid connections that are bought from outside the J&K state do not work in J&K (Leh is in J&K). If you want your connection from else where in India to work in Leh you would need a post paid connection. Mobile phone connections from abroad which are post paid will work as well. I have tried a UK EE mobile sim and it works for both data and ...


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Yes, you will have mobile connectivity. I used Airtel several years ago, worked pretty well. You will need to buy the sim in Ladakh. Naturally, you will have proper coverage in the Leh, but in the way or in the villages around much less change. This website (Hebrew) have several useful tips (summary): Sim card that bought in India won't work in Leh, ...


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To add to the answer and comments above, yes there is wifi in some trains and yes it's free. Sadly also, yes, it's slow. There is no way to determine what train will have wifi when planning your route, it won't even be certain that if you take a train that leaves every day at let's say 10.00 it will have wifi every day because trains get switched up a lot. ...



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