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You would have to unlock your GSM phone after which you would use a SIM card from the network provider of your choice. However, there are issues with unlocking. Often phones are discounted by the wireless carrier and so locking provides a way to retain customers to offset the initial discounting. Also, the locked phone may have customized firmware (programming) to interwork with features provided by the wireless carrier. So unlocked phones may only be able to use the basic wireless functions when on other than its original carrier. For more information on this topic, click on the following link...
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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