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Cant use my sim card for the Digicel in haiti

I like to use my Digicel Haiti sim card on that GSM

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In order to use your Digicel Haiti sim card you will first have to unlock the device. After you have unlocked the device you can use any GSM sim card. Depending on where you live there are places that will unlock your device such as World of Wireless.

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