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Old 03-27-2011, 07:56 PM
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How do I unlock the above? It was on Orange net work
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:07 PM
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As a courtesy to those who would try to help you, could you please tell us what you, yourself, have tried?

Edit: Google has over 800,000 pages on it. If you haven't done anything yourself, you shouldn't be here at all.

2nd Edit: You've got 19 posts and most of them revolve around either your own email problems with Orange or something else to do with Orange. How is this coincidental?
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What do you mean 'was' on Orange? this comes to me as it has already been unlocked, therefore I think you're asking about unblocking, not unlocking...

Unblocking a phone would mean forcing a new IMEI into the phone which is illegal and can be punishable by law and/or a fine.

Also this is a website for professionals and it doesn't hurt to elaborate your question with a bit more detail.

I'm not picking on you, I'm just confused as to exactly what you're asking for.
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Call Orange mate, or check out their website.

I unlocked my vodafone BB it cost me $20 AUS



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Old 03-29-2011, 07:20 AM
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Xander thanks for your comments which are not justified if you care to take the time and read the threads you will see that the Orange was emails which needed to be collated (Please read the thread before you condemn someone.

The Blackberry reads the sim card then just locks out when you use it. They idea was to use this as a backup for my other phone. I Shall now discard this idea thanks
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