Question about Cell Phones
Contact the orginal carrier fro an unlock code. That is the safest. If you are unable to get the code through them there are tons of websites out there that provide unlock codes. most cost $$. Be careful though,. If the wrong code is entered too many times the phone will be permanently locked to the original carrier
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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