Question about Cell Phones
NETWORK UNLOCK CODE:
You can unlock it by flashing your mobile if your mobile is a CDMA mobile...
The procedure for flashing your mobile is in the link below
It has an video explanation.
If your mobile is not an CDMA mobile , you can get the network unlock code(NUC) by just contacting the current network provider customer care department.It is free of cost.
The restriction code can be got from your old service provider..This restriction code is kept to prevent someone who stole the mobile from using it with another provider...
They will have a security check done with your date of birth etc..to verify whether you are the exact owner of the phone..
After that they will provide you the restriction code to unlock it and use it with another service provider..
Do not pay anyone for this seeing some advertisement over internet . That is all fake ads.
The above procedure works and you can verify that by seeing the rating of an happy customer here..
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
MetroPCS is a popular code division multiple access (CDMA) mobile provider, known for its low cost unlimited talk plans. Although MetroPCS is not available nationally, it has taken some of the customer based from larger companies like Verizon Wireless. Since you already have a Verizon phone and would like to switch to MetroPCS, MetroPCS will flash your cell phone for you for a small fee.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can I unlock a Verizon
actually i flashed my blackberry just fine and had them add the esn to their inventory at metropcs and its working fine now just need to get the internet working :)
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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I would take the phone in to the nearest Verizon location and have them fix it for you or replace it. They should do it free of charge as you are probably on a contract.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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