Question about Cell Phones
I HAVE BEEN RETRENCHED IN JANUARY 2012 AND HAVE A PERSONAL LOAN WITH WOOLWORTHS. THEY PAID MY ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS. I THEN WAS ONCE AGAIN RETRENCHED IN SEPTEMBER 2013 AND WHEN I SUBMITTED CLAIM DOCUMENTS WAS INFORMED BY WOOLWORTHS THAT THEY DO NOT PAY FOR SIX MONTHS AGAIN AND ONLY DO IT ONCE FOR RETRENCHMENT. I AM STILL PAYING INSURANCE EACH MONTH AND THE ACCOUNT IS NOT IN ARREARS. I HOWEVER CANNOT PAY ANY LONGER AS I AM NOW WITHOUT A JOB FOR SEVEN MONTHS AND CAN STILL NOT FIND A JOB. I WANT TO KNOW WHY CAN I NOT CLAIM AGAIN FOR WOOLWORTHS TO PAY MY ACCOUNT FOR ANOTHER SIX MONTHS. IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT I HAVE BEEN RETRENCHED TWICE IN 20 MONTHS. I AM BROKE AND NEED URGENT HELP IN THIS REGARD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: subsidy code
Phones are locked to their carrier so you cannot switch carriers with that phone. The subsidy code is a code that will unlock the phone so it can be used on different carriers. You can get that code from the previous carrier if they are nice enough. But most won't because you are not a customer anymore. Here is a way i recommended a T-mobile customer to get their phone unlocked for cingular.:
There are a couple of ways to do this, one is completely safe and the other is fairly safe, but may require you to mail the phone in to someone to have this done.
The best way is if you are still a T-Mobile customer, to call them and have some good reason to use it on a different carrier. The best excuse is that you will be traveling overseas and want to use carriers there so the calls will be cheaper. Do not let on that you will be switching carriers. They did my Razr for me and it took about 3 days for the code. When you call customer service, just tell them that you want to submit a sim unlock request. They will transfer you to a different department. They will gather info (like the phones serial number) and will email you the unlock code. Their website says that they will only unlock one phone per account every 90 days. But they unlocked 2 phones for me in the same phone call (both were razr's). Once you unlock it it can be used on any carrier except Verizon and Sprint (different technologies). Then just switch carriers. For more info on this you can go to T-Mobile.com and type in "sim unlock request" in the search box.
The other way, which may include mailing your phone to a stranger is having someone unlock it for you. There are services on-line that will do this. Some can do it without mailing the phone to them. But some require you to mail it to them so they can unlock it with a cable instead of the code. The usual cost is about $20.00
But the best way if you are not with T-Mobile anymore is to call around to authorized retailers and ask if the unlock phones. Some do it for about $20 (but no mailing it in risk) and some do it for free is you sign up to a new carrier through them. They want your business any way they can get it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
Using your supplied USB cable, connect your phone (after installing the drivers) to your computer.
On your phone, goto "My Music" and click on "sync".
Your Windows "Portable Device" connect pop up should appear.
Double click on "Sync digital media files to this device..." OR
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
This is something you should see your financial institution over, but when i work the math your looking at a 60 month loan total principal divided by # of months in the term i get a $972 monthly payment, $58 going to intrest out of each payment.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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