Question about LG C2000 Cellular Phone
LG C2OOO ,IME -010742-00-273010-7 .REQUIRE THE RESTRICTION CODE
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
power off phone, put in sim card, power on, hit cancel key for invalid sim or secrity message, then put in restriction code 48570552 and hit enter key. your phone is ready for use. Have fun and live for free.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: need Restriction Code
You will need to contact your service provider and request a "Subsidy Unlock Code". Other stipulations are involved with qualifying for a subsidy unlock, such as how long the line has been active, when the last subsidy unlock code was requested, and how long you've had the device. Usually these times are very short and you shouldnt have a problem. Just call your service provider. It sounds like the phone wasnt unlocked for that specific provider that you are usig
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
A restriction code is numeric code (password) that prevents a user from accessing certain technical settings of a phone. It is specifically designed to prevent a phone from being reprogrammed to work with a different carrier (service provider).
This is what is usually meant when a phone is referred to as "locked". There are also "unlocked" phones that can be reprogrammed to work with a different carrier.
The reason for this system is the way phones are often sold. Many phones are sold below cost, (at a loss to the carrier,) with the expectation that the money will be recouped in the cost of the monthly service plan. The up-front loss that is later recouped is called a Subsidy.
For this to work financially for the carrier, the user must not buy the phone and then use it with a different carrier. The MSL makes that nearly impossible.
Unlocked phones are ususally much more expensive than locked phones, because there is no subsidy to offset the cost.
You should ask the operator for the restriction code
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Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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