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Nokia unlocking question...Help!

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by kjo, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. kjo

    kjo Bronze Senior Member
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    I posted this in the thread I started about the beyond wireless...thought perhaps I should move it to the Nokia forum. So I aplogize for the double post. Here's the situation. Budney made a comment that 7-11's speakout wireless plan can use any unlocked 850/1900 GSM phone.....

    I have a T-mobile 3220b phone that is exactly this.
    I could use this with speak out for my hubby as it's a lot cheaper for the amount he uses than I do with tmo2go.
    But my question is this. Along the lines of trying to unlock the phone with t-mobiles assistance.... they gave me the incorrect unlock codes, but they had me try both of them 2 or 3 times...so now my phone says code error or something like that. I think it means it's permanetly locked or something to T-mobile. I have a data cable for this phone...and I believe I still have the email with the original unlock code that is correct.

    Is there anyone who can help unlock this phone so that I could use it on speak out wireless??? even though it says this about code error or something?

    Thanks to all you can assist! I really appreciate it!
     
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  2. budney

    budney Resident Headbanger
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    Read my reply in the other thread. :)

    Their was no need to start another thread for this. When one question gets answered, their are normally more that fallow. ;)
     

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