Question about Cell Phones
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The phone you have is locked to a different network to your SIM card, so will need to be unlocked for all networks by a specialist unlocking shop or by the original network supplier.
You don't state the make and model of your phone, so it's impossible to tell you whether there is an option to set it up to use Arabic, but on all but touchscreen models, Arabic usage requires that the phone also has a replacement keypad.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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