While your Apple iPhone is in "Airplane Mode," all phone calls and wireless data is disabled, which blocks callers from getting through until the feature is turned off. This phone feature is useful while travelling; most airlines have a strict policy against using your phone during a flight. The feature is also helpful when you want to use your phone's non-data applications without interruption. In order to restore your service, simply turn off Airplane Mode.
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Press the "Home" button on your iPhone and slide your finger across the bottom of the screen to unlock it.
Tap the "Settings" icon on your screen, and slide your finger across the "Airplane Mode" tab so that it reads "OFF."
Press the "Home" button on your screen to return to the main menu. Wait for the "3G" or "E" to reappear and the signal bar to return.
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