Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
I have been trying relentlessly for hours to find a number of a blackberry customer service number, with no success.
My problem is that my mum went over to London for a holiday, bringing back a brand new blackberry phone which had been used over there without any hassell.
Once the phone got back to Australia I entered my optus sim card, with it only displaying 'invalid sim'.
I tried numerous other sim cards with the same problem occurring.
It seems that it cannot comnnect to the service providers in Australia.
While I understand that this means that the handset is possibly locked to an international service provider (as I have been told numberous times from optus and vodaphone) they have not given me a solution on how to fix it.
I do not know who I ned to get into contact with in London and I still am not sure exactly what the problem is.
What do I do???
My samsung has no service
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
It sounds like the device is still locked to the original wireless carrier. What you need to do is have the device unlocked (if it is a GSM BlackBerry) so that it will work with other carriers. There are several vendors that provide cell phone unlocking services. I recommend checking out HorizonWirelessOnline.com.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
I have a normal optus sim card of which i use in a nokia phone at the moment, i have recently purchased a Blackberry 8310 off eBay and i am not 100% sure if my sim card is even going to work in the new phone?
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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