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Topic # 57042 1-Feb-2010 10:34
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I just bought a pantech matrix pro and I can't unlock it so that i can use it with tmobile. Does anyone know how to unlock the pantech matrix pro so that its usable with other networks besides att? I'm stumped and I haven't found any valid codes or ways to do it online. Any help would be appreciated!

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  Reply # 295152 1-Feb-2010 12:12
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Contact the service provider you purchased the handset from and ask them. Stop been a cheap skate

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  Reply # 295156 1-Feb-2010 12:16
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You will be able to unlock these with a code supplied by AT&T (if you are not on a contract), or online at various places (cost about $15 for that).

I have one of these and received an unlock code from AT&T as part of a review. Very good units - but a lot of the configuration is locked to the AT&T network. You can change it but will need to tweak registry settings for that.

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