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Type *#06# at the mobile screen to know IMEI no of your mobile. send the IMEI no to me and i will reply you with unlocking code. IF Problem not Solved So Please New Software install in the Phone Problem will Solved
There are a couple of options for unlocking your phone. It's technically owned by you and you have a right to obtain the unlock code directly from the carrier, AT&T. However, they will put you through the ringer (no pun intended) to get it from them. If you're up for a battle, call them and ask for it. They will tell you it's not possible, but you can contact the VP Complain Specialist Office at 800-498-1912. You can avoid all of the hassle and order it through this company, http://unlocktelecom.co.uk/ - they charge about $20 and it's an easy work around to avoiding the hassle. Good luck.
You can either contact the service provider (if it's Cingular/AT&T, 800-498-1912) to obtain it or use a service that you will need to pay for. http://unlocktelecom.co.uk/ They will get your unlock code for you for about $20.
I have the same issue, Can anyone help??? I need a remote code to unlock the mobile phone (cingular) i have the IMEI. It's for a blackjack II (i617) and desperately want to unlock it. (my phone w/t-mobile srv. is broken) IMEI 357246014347536 Please help. email@example.com
Blackberry Technical Support team on the WEB is place to seek an answer.
Or any documentation that came with the device
From what you say- and I am not an expert with CellPhone devices/Systems- there appears to be no service available in your part of the world.
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