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# 162036 27-Jan-2015 13:01
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I see that the elcheapo nokia lumia's at 80 odd dollars are locked to vodafone

A quick search on google comes up with a plethora of options to unlock the phone

out of interest is it actually iligal

1. to be the person who unlocks the phone
2. to be the owner and user of the unlocked phone

in NZ




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freitasm: Out of interest why not just pay up the $30 to Vodafone instead of giving your credit card number to some dodgy character on the Internet?




LOL Geez I don't know about you but I give my credit card to half a dozen dodgy characters  on the Internet everyday That mob at Trade Me are pretty dodgy mixed up with some aussies! and you just dont know about the no lemmings lot! as for the geeks at geekplace well we know what computer nerds a like very shifty...Give me Arthur Daily anytime!




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