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The term Subsidy Password is used by Motorola to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from Motorola cell phones
The term Subsidy Password is used by motorola and other handset manufacturers to refer to the 8-digit (or 16-digit code for newer phones such as the Motorola K1) unlock code necessary to remove the operator lock (also known as subsidy lock) from cell phones. This code is randomly assigned to individual cell phones by the OEM on request of the mobile service operator and prevents the use of a particular phone on a cellular network other than that to which the phone was originally sold.
all you have to do is contact motorola, tell them you are going out of the country and you will be using a foreign sim card. they will provide the subsidy unlock code. no need going to those pay sites to get something that is available free of charge.