Unlocking LG CU 400 (AT&T) phone, IMEI starting with 0
I have a LG CU400 (AT&T) phone whose IMEI starts with 0. I need to unlock it to use it in India i.e. for GSM 900 & 1800 band. Can this phone be unlocked & used in 900 / 1800 band? I have been told by someone that it can't be because the IMEI starts with 0.
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yes surely you can get the unlock code for your LG model mobile, Just visit this site Superunlockcodes.com , it provides the step by step instructions and easy methods for unlocking your mobile from the network lock......if you give your mobile details such as IMEI number, country & network lock means after that within a short period you can get the code for your mobile.....
For good place to get the unlock code for LG model, visit this site Classicunlocking.com, it provides step by step instructions and easy ways to unlock the phone lock network ....while for the unlock code you have to give some information about the mobile site that is your IMEI number, network and country lock, then in a short period you can get the code ...
Using a free unlock code is very risky. It is not 100% safe and accurate and may harm your mobile phone. The best way to get the LG cu400 unlock code is through an LG UNLOCK CODE website. Use the IMEI unlock code provided by them and your phone is 100% sim lock free.
The default lock code (security) is 0000. and default, PIN1 is 1111, and PIN2 is 2222 If you need further help let me know. If you get it wrong enough you will be asked to enter PUK code. Then you only need to call up your provider and they will assist you. Thanks, Lee