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Topic # 5430 27-Oct-2005 18:44
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Hi there
- brought my LG8120 home with me from the UK, but can't switch networks, or use another sim as it's locked.
Any advice?

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Reply # 22186 27-Oct-2005 21:11
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Talk to the network you bought it from in the UK, they'll have the unlock codes :)



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Reply # 22428 1-Nov-2005 20:15
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Hey thanks Jeffthechef.
They're going to sort me out - but it's pretty easy money for them - 15 pounds stirling, and I have to wait 2 weeks.
Still, cheaper than a new phone eh?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22780 7-Nov-2005 19:00
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hi, I can unlock your LG mobile phone if you atill have it. Cheers







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Reply # 23533 19-Nov-2005 14:25
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Rubbish -
Phone company said they'd give me the codes after 7 days, and when I phoned up to get them, and put it into my phone - nothing happened. It just didn't work, and the fella on the other end of the phone did the audio-equivalent of shrugging his shoulders. They don't have any other alternatives - at least not from New Zealand.
Bummer.

Does anyone have any words of wisdom?

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F.

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Reply # 23534 19-Nov-2005 14:27
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Don't give up if the company said they were going to get them go back and get them

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Reply # 23535 19-Nov-2005 14:29
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Codes do not work always, if you have already tried 3 times with a wrong code then it won't happen now, only a cable solution can unlock it now,Contact me for that. Cheers





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Reply # 23537 19-Nov-2005 14:47
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Rubbish why should he pay when it was going to be free from the provider.

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Reply # 23538 19-Nov-2005 14:50
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mate, he'll probably spend more in calling them.





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Reply # 23539 19-Nov-2005 14:56
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Maybe the company has a free contact number

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Reply # 23543 19-Nov-2005 17:02
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I was in same situation when I got the phone from T-Mobile in US and best way to get it done is to call the dealer from whom you purchaed the phone.

In my case they mailed me the code and it worked fine



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Reply # 24039 29-Nov-2005 22:01
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Hey everyone - thanks for taking the time to reply
the problem was that the company did give me the codes - but they didn't work, the phone is still locked, and they can't / wont do anything else for me. I should have got it unlocked when I was still in the UK - but was thinking of a million other things at the time!

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Reply # 24045 29-Nov-2005 22:49
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search for 'muppet' here on geekzone and try pm-ing him ?? he may be able to help you.




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