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Mostly a phone is not locked to a single provider but to a group of providers. My Vodafone phone would work ok on O2 and t mobile but not Orange so I had no trouble using Asda mobile until they changed their provider from Voda to EE. In my case, it wasn't possible to unlock my phone economically and I needed a new phone to stay with Asda.
I suggest you get a sim from your provider of choice and try it in your phone. It might work and might not. If it doesn't your new provider might be able to supply an unlock code or alternatively your local phone doctor will typically charge around £10 to unlock it for you.
So now whats your problem? does your mobile says phone restricted? because you have said mobile been used with o2 by the seller and after purchase you have used with ASDA sim? do you want unlock codes? if so try prounlocking to get codes to unlock your mobile..
For other mobiles to send some data to you, bluetooth in your mobile should be in discoverable mode. Try changing the setting of bluetooth not to be kept in hidden mode. once your mobile is discovered by others, pair your mobile with them. Now you can receive all the files to your mobile, but only the supported format files like mp3, jpeg picture,etc
YakYak, Go onto your network providers website register on there, and there should be a option once you have signed up, confirmed your email address etc... You should Be able to set it up for MMS & GPRS, hope this works and good luck.