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Old September 23rd 03, 06:22 PM
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Hi, Can you explain (for a novice) "unlocking a phone to work on other

"dan allen" wrote in message
No, but you can unlock phones to work on other networks

gary wrote in article
I have a Tmobile sim card. Can it be programmed for other services?
IE ATT Cingular Verizon and so on.


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Old April 8th 14, 06:17 AM
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HI what you said was rite by unlocking your phone from t-mobile network you can freely use it with any GSM sim ..You can easily unlock your phone using sites like Unlocking4Free.com here they will generate network unlock code for some older mobile models at free of cost .Else if you want to unlock some other new model phone then have a look at sites like MobileUnlockSolutions.com here they are rendering unlock code for all mobile models at reliable cost .

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