Question about Cell Phones
A subsidy code is a code that a cellular service provider uses to prevent users from using another cellular service providers' service,making your phone "locked".If you know or can get the subsidy or "unlock code",you can unlock your phone,letting you use it with any provider that uses the same frequencies(1900MHz/850MHz used in U.S.&Canada,1800MHz/900MHz used overseas)that your phone is capable of,providing you obtain the other provider's SIM card.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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