Recently purchased U9 in UK, brought South Africa, unlocked it and now experiencing problems. For both incoming and outgoing calls, both caller and myself have great difficulty hearing each other. It also sounds like feedback interference on the line. Any suggestions?
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HI you can't use your phone in south africa until you unlock your phone from UK network provider..You can easily unlock your phone using sites like UnBBLock.com here they are providing unlock code for all blackberry mobile models at reliable cost .Else if you want to unlock some other phone model then have a look at sites like MobileUnlockSolutions.com here they are providing unlock code for all mobile models at reliable cost .After unlocking the phone you can freely use it with any GSM sim in Africa....
You're going to need to call your cellular service provider in South Africa (whoever your SIM card is registered with) and request Tech Support assistance. Tell Tech Support that you have a phone from the U.S. and request they assist you in programming the correct DNS servers (cellular frequencies) and 'Gateway Address' in the phone for both, voice and SMS (texting) in South Africa.
They should be able to easily guide you through programming your phone with the correct frequencies to use it there. It's really not that difficult to do.
Hello, are there any local stores in south africa that will do it, that where i got mine unlocked and it was a very quick and easy service and cost around £5, i will look around on the internet for you now to find any sites that will unlock your phone and what price there currently doing it at. hope this has started to help
You should obtain a SIM card from a local service provider in South Africa. If that still does not work, it could be that the SIM is locked. See the following links to unlock the phone: http://www.unlockme.co.uk/unlockme.html