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Unlocking a Blackberry?? - December 8, 2009, 06:08 PM

I know there is a guy on here that does it, but I cant remember his screen name. Anyway, I have the old school 88?? With the wheel on the side and its finally starting to fall apart. A co worker has given me a newer blackberry from the AT&T network and I am with Verizon. If this can be done how much can I expect to pay, and how long does it take? Thanks for any information.
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December 8, 2009, 06:13 PM

Don't waste your time. You won't be able to use it on Verizon's network because it's a GSM phone.

AT&T = GSM
Verizon = CDMA
Sprint = CDMA
T-Mobile = GSM
Nextel = iDEN

You can unlock an AT&T phone and use it on T-Mobile network, because Tmo is GSM.



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Unlock it and sell it, codes take under 1 minute to get. Message
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Unlock it and sell it, codes take under 1 minute to get. Message
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Carnage -
I've got a TMO Curve but it's locked.
What the haps on getting it unlocked?



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