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Go to blackberrymep.com and buy your unlock code, they will send you an unlock code specified to your BlackBerry along with a fully detailed guide on how to enter the code using the keypad of your BlackBerry .
They sell these already unlocked on ebay by the hundreds. If you're attached to the one you have, you can find a cell phone store that will unlock it for you by visiting unlocktotalk.com to find a local store or send it in to unlocktotalk.com. They have a CDMA unlock mail-in service if there is not a local cell phone "flashing" store which provides this service in your area that can reprogram your phone to work with the new CDMA service of your choice.
I suggest you log on to www.unlocktotalk.com to get details. It only costs about $20 and it is 100% legal. They openly advertise that they can unlock CDMA cell phones (or GSM-in a separate section of their website- if you need them to.) You can do it at a local store or if you're sending it in, pay through PayPal and only pay if they get it done.