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Topic # 31143 6-Mar-2009 11:57
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Hi There!

I read these can be unlocked to allow for 3G Access. How would I do this does anyone know?

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  Reply # 199594 6-Mar-2009 12:02
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AFAIK this phone is a tri-band phone.

K510i 900/1800/1900 MHz as per GSM Arena.



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  Reply # 199595 6-Mar-2009 12:05
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Hi There!

I am not sure what you mean? Does this mean it cannot be unlocked?

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  Reply # 199597 6-Mar-2009 12:48
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networkn: Hi There!

I am not sure what you mean? Does this mean it cannot be unlocked?


It means this phone is not a 3G mobile.  Yes, it can be unlocked - go back to the original operator.

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  Reply # 199607 6-Mar-2009 13:32
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The handset does not have a 3G chipset

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  Reply # 199691 6-Mar-2009 22:28
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As I said in our private messages :)

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