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Hi subsidy code are nothing that code which help to remove the network lock in your Motorola mobile .To get code visit wickedunlock.com here they ask you the network name to which your mobile is locked .Finally they send you code to unlock your mobile.
You can get the subsidy unlock code through online..........give your IMEI number and get the unlock code for ur mobile.... i will suggest the website Unlock-Zone.com which is doing good service .....you can approach this website.
This site is nearly perfect and they were recommended highly in the cell phone forums. I used them to unlock my cell phone. contacted them and within 30 mins i had my unlock code and my phone was unlocked.
Hope this helps.
You can get the subsidy code through online..........give your IMEI number and get the unlock code for ur mobile.... i will suggest the website Unlock-Zone.com which is doing good service .....you can approach this website. This site is nearly perfect and they were recommended highly in the cell phone forums. I used them to unlock my cell phone. contacted them and within 30 mins i had my unlock code and my phone was unlocked. Hope this helps.
Your phone is locked to the original carrier it came from, most likely AT&T. You can call them and ask for the unlock code and they should email it to you within a few days. They will need the 15 digit IMEI number that is on a sticker inside the phone under the battery. There are unlocking services that can get you the number but they charge $20 or more (see ebay) for something AT&T can give you for free. There is no standard unlock code. The code for each phone is unique for each IMEI number. Once unlocked you can use any SIM you like. Sorry it's not a simpler solution.
To get rid of that message you need to take the following steps.
Obtain a Subsidy Password, also know as an IMEI unlock code. The
Motorola subsidy password is an 8 digit code that unlocks your phone
for use with other cellular providers. Search Google for Motorola Unlock Codes for a list of retailers. Codes are usually provided within 48 hours, and cost around $30.
*Most providers will not issue the unlock code after your account
has been inactive for more that 90 days. They says it is because your
account info goes into a "read only" status, and they cannot retrieve
the number any longer.*
Enter the IMEI code into the phone. To enter the IMEI code into the
phone, all you need to do is insert a SIM card from a different network
to the one that your phone is locked to. This will prompt the phone to
display "enter subsidy password". Just enter the 8 digit code, and your
Motorola phone is unlocked.
To unlock this phone yourself you can download GOT (got.bz), purchase a day or month's worth of access to the GOT server, hook up the phone to the computer through the USB cable and unlock it using the software. This is relatively inexpensive and has the added advantage of being fun to do + the "I unlocked my cell phone myself" vibe that goes with it.
Alternatively, with the information above, if you are a T-Mobile subscriber for more than 45 days you can request the subsidy code and they will provide it for free. If you have a good friend who is a T-Mobile subscriber have them use the phone for a day or so and then request the code.
Finally, there is the go on eBay and purchase a subsidy code for your phone solution. I've not had to purchase unlock codes for T-Mobile so I can not make any suggestions for a relaible source as I could for unlock codes for AT&T.
A hardware solution to the subsidy problem is the x-sim type device which slips between the SIM contacts and the SIM and convinces the phone you have the correct SIM in place.
Some phones, not yours, are unlockable by entering a series of set codes that are the same for all units of that model. The Samsung Katalyst for example. Your model has a unique and random code assigned to each unit.
I hope some of this helps you to remove the code. If you require aditional information please ask.
To unlock your GSM Motorola phone
with the correct subsidy code insert a sim card different than
the service provider that the phone is locked to. The phone will
display "Enter Subsidy Code". Just enter your code and
the phone will be permanently unlocked. You will never have to
unlock your phone again! For the code to work your phone must
say "Enter Subsidy Code." Do not try to enter the wrong
code if you don't know what it is or your phone will become hard
locked and display "Contact Service Provider". A subsidy
unlock code will not work if your phone displays "Contact
Service Provider." If your phone displays "Contact Service
Provider" please click
here to unlock your phone with a cable and software or let
the phone sit for an hour or so until it says "Enter Subsidy