Need to remove t-mobil from phone and put in at and t.
Right now i have a cingular card in phone and when i turn it on it brings up t-mobil and then at&t comes on and i have signal but if i hit any keys the phone goes to bye t-mobil and shut off. i can not get it to turn back on unless i remove the battery and reinstall. i have a program to unlock the phone but i am not sure how to install it . i have heard that some of the programs realy screws up a phone. i bought it over on e-bay.
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Re: need to remove t-mobil from phone and put in at and...
Ok since you bought it on ebay the easiest thing to do is contact emobile at this link
have them unlock it. then get it hooked up to whichever carrier you wanted to use it for. these PROGRAMS you can use to unlock them will ruin your phone.
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sell the phone on e-bay and purchase a cingular phone. only t-mobile and cingular can be unlocked. alltell phone work on a differnet frequency and cannot be compatible with these carriers like yours. sorry.
Are you using the same cell provider? Example: Cingular phone and Cingular Sim Card. Because you can't use say a T-Mobile phone and Cingular Sim Card. Don't really know a solution just thought maybe this might help.
Like you being with T-mobile, I bought a cingular phone off ebay that wasn't unlock. My sims didn't work either. My network just said call Cingular which is now AT&T and they gave me the MEP code to unlock it. Beware, you need to confirm all of your information from your network before they will help you.
This phone must be made for use on T-Mobile or Cingular/AT&T? Cell phone companies don't want you using their phones with other carriers if you decide to switch. They figure this will keep you from switching. A t-mobile phone will only work with a t-mobile sim card. Same with Cingular. When you put in a sim chip from another carrier, the phone wants a password so you can use it. But you have to get the password from the carrier that sold the phone to use another carrier. There are ways to get this code if you want it.