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Old December 13th 03, 10:22 PM
Reichart
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anyone know where I can get an sim (subsity) unlock code for a tmobile,
motorola p280? was on tmobile for 2 yrs, have switched carriers and would
like to be able to use my new sim card in my motorola. thanks...


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Old December 14th 03, 01:06 AM
PDA Man
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The SUBSIDY Unlock for the P280 is a Unique code that is derived by a
formula utilizing your phones IMEI. TMOBILE will give you the code if you
are still active with them. If not you can go to www.howardforums.com and
look for one of many Unlocker services that will do it online for $10-$20
USD. Keep in mind that Unlcking the SIM/Subsidy lock will only enable the
phone to use another Network, the Browser Setup Menu will still be disabled
(Doesnt appear, thus u cannot setup your Browser settings)You may also go to
www.spunlock and download the software from their called VICGSM which will
unlock n the Browser as well as PST Tools 6.0 which can Unlock the phone. If
you are NOT knowledgeable about these things you can RUIN your phone, so you
have been warned..

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anyone know where I can get an sim (subsity) unlock code for a tmobile,
motorola p280? was on tmobile for 2 yrs, have switched carriers and would
like to be able to use my new sim card in my motorola. thanks...




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Old December 14th 03, 02:35 AM
Charles Hawtrey
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"Reichart" staggered to the nearest keyboard and wrote:

anyone know where I can get an sim (subsity) unlock code for a tmobile,
motorola p280? was on tmobile for 2 yrs, have switched carriers and would
like to be able to use my new sim card in my motorola. thanks...


I have a P280. T-Mobile customer service gave me the unlock code, but
since you are no longer with them I don't know if they'll still help
you out. There are loads of places on the Internet that supposedly
will generate the unlock code for a small fee -- my guess is that some
are reputable, others less so. Google for specifics.

One minor detail, the P280 doesn't actually unlock until you put in
the "foreign" (non-original) SIM as well as the unlock code. But it
does work.

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Old December 14th 03, 04:47 AM
Reichart
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And the question begs why you didn't obtain an unlock code from
T-Mobile/VoiceStream when you had service.


Because I have 7 phones that I switched. I didn't necessarily think about
ever using the P280 again, until I started lugging around a Treo 600. The
Treo is fine for weekdays (work) but I really don't want, or need to carry
it around weekends. Not that big of a deal. I'll find a place to unlock it.


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Old November 1st 14, 10:54 AM
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HI you can purchase subsidy code for your Motorola P280 mobile from online providers like ClassicUnlocking.com for affordable cost ...After unlocking your phone from t-mobile you can freely use it with any GSM sim ...
 




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