Question about Cell Phones
No that is not the only way. If you still have the SIM pack that came with the SIM card, there's a card that contains PUK1 and PUK2. These PUK codes are the unlocking codes for your SIM.
Now if you do not have that SIM pack anymore, there are lots of cell phone repair shops that offers unlocking of SIM for a reasonable price. I think $40 is too much for unlocking the SIM.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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