Question about Cell Phones
To unlock your phone you first need to get your phones IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity).
The IMEI is usually very easy to find, in most cases if you remove your SIM card and turn on your phone, then dial *#06# this will give you a 15 digit number this is your IMEI number. (If this doesn't work then you will need to search 'IMEI [make] [model]' (the make and model of your phone should go in the brackets).
Once you have your IMEI number you have two options you can either ring your current network provider, be it T-mobile or Vodaphone or some other network provider. When you ring them if you tell them that you are going travelling and you want to unlock your phone to use SIM cards localised to the countries you are going to, then they should give you the SP code. If they don't ring back and try to get another operator using the same method.
If they still don't then I am afraid you are going to have to search for 'SP codes [make] [model]' this will cost you I am afraid.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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