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You will need to contact your service provider and request a subsidy unlock code and the steps on how to corretly enter this in the phone as some phones have a specific method on doing so. If your phone doesnt have a specific way to enter it do not try to guess the code as there is a limited amount of attempte to enter the subsidy unlock code before it becomes permenantly locked to your service provider.
There usually is a limit so it is best to just contact Nokia to have them provide you with the code. If you lock yourself out by trying more than the times allotted in a day then you can permanently lock your phone out on Nokia's end and on your cell phone companies end so its best to call Nokia and get the unlock code from them.
yes there is, there should be a phone lock that should have a time limit attached to it. this is usually found in the phone settings menu. then you can change this and set a code and a time limit for it to become operational by.