Question about Cell Phones
Your handset is Network locked to the original network in Canada where it was bought: if it was not a prepaid handset and you are no longer on a Plan, you can try to request the unlock code from the Canadian supplier: they may charge you a fee for it or refuse to do it.
You can always try to get the handset network unlocked for a feee by a third party professional unlocker.
Hope the information is of some assistance.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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