Question about Cell Phones
In this case the phone is locked on a certain provider for example on AT&T..and does not support another kinda sim card from another company ...you should have it unlocked or jailbreak-ed first ..or ...get to the company that you made the contract with ..and give up to their services..and probably have to pay to do that ..and after that ask them to unlock your phone ..
but you can do that on the net with a code ..just google with the phone name and word unlock ..and you will find several pages that offers to unlock your phone ..even interactive ..and you'll only pay a few bucks ..(about 15 ) ..and you will be able to use the old card and the new one without problems ..
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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