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Looks like you just simple change your o2 sim card with tim simcard on your blackberry. You can't do that if you want to use TIM sim card on your blackberry, you must use blackberry bold 9700 unlock code for O2 to unlock your blackberry network. After your blackberry unlocked then you can put any sim card from other network in your phone.
If you have unlocked your mobile it will not show O2. Contact your network provider to check it. If it is not unlocked properly you can try to unlock it again. Unlock codes are also available online like www.theunlockspot.com.
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Hello - If the RAZR V3 is a "branded" phone, Verizon, att, etc., there is no way to change it over to your carrier. Look under the phone battery. If there is no SIM card slot, there is no way to change the phone over to your carrie. I would suggest you go to http://www.motorola.com and check out their unlocked phones. They do an excellent job of explaining an unlocked phone.
If you know your original lock code, take it in to your service provider, each code is diffrent and can only be programed manually, if you dont know your original lock code you will have to sacrific all info pics,mess,numbers, etc. by a reset... I can guide you through the steps to erase all if you lost your Unlock code, or switch back to nam1 if you know your lock code, ( when you switch back, if security is on automatic lock, password is required) intial programing code is not your Unlock code.