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I want to sim unlock for use with another carrier

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1- Your phone is Locked to a Provider. You want to Unlock your phone so that you can use a different Provider. ie. T-Mobile, ATT, Verizon. Many services will unlock your phone for a cheap price.

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The SIM PIN is a personal identification number that is used to unlock the SIM card in order to register it to the network. This means that the phone will not connect to the network before a SIM is unlocked. Usually (at least around here) a new SIM has a simple PIN, like 0000 or 1234, and the user can change this. However, the carrier doesn't know your PIN, so if you forget it it can't be reset from the carrier directly.
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Network(Carrier) SIM lock prevents you phone from being used a carrier other(SIM Card) than the carriers SIM card the phone is locked too.

You can Network unlock most phones by buying an UnLock code off ebay, cheaper, or website by just supplying the phones IMEI code under the phones battery. They will tell you where to find it, and will email you the unlock code from the IEMI code provide.

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