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Topic # 59163 29-Mar-2010 11:01
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Hi all

Can anyone give me advice on how to unlock my Vodafone 236 phone?

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David

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  Reply # 312333 29-Mar-2010 11:03
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Yes contact the Vodafone carrier the handset was sold by and request the unlocking code this could come at a cost

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  Reply # 312340 29-Mar-2010 11:26
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I am assuming this phone was not purchased in NZ since Vodafone NZ do not lock phones? As John says you'll need to contact the network the phone came from.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 312342 29-Mar-2010 11:29
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Yea I bought it in a Vodafone NZ store, I'll ask in a store a tlunch time, Cheers!

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  Reply # 312344 29-Mar-2010 11:31
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if purchased from vodafone nz search the vodafone nz main website and you will find a 0800 number to call

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  Reply # 312345 29-Mar-2010 11:33
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Vodafone NZ sold a few locked phones for a very limited time - only a couple of weeks. You can get the code for free, by calling an 0800 number. As JohnR says, search the Vodafone website.





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