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Topic # 57379 11-Feb-2010 15:37
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Not even sure who makes it to go looking for sim unlocking information, has anyone already done all the hard work and found a place that will do codes etc for it, or is it not that simple?




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  Reply # 297997 11-Feb-2010 15:58
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Are these units simlocked to Vodafone?




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  Reply # 297998 11-Feb-2010 16:00
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I was told they are locked to certain VF sims that will do the homephone service.

I have bought one, then later saw an ericsson GSM gateway come up on TM for less. I want to use a 2deg sim in it to put it on a crap monitored alarm that dials numbers when activated.




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  Reply # 297999 11-Feb-2010 16:00
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The white BOX is not even SIM locked



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  Reply # 298000 11-Feb-2010 16:01
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Excelent, will give it a shot when it arrives then :)




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  Reply # 298009 11-Feb-2010 16:12
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But the SIM for wireless home phone will only work in the wireless home phone box

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  Reply # 298031 11-Feb-2010 17:25
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the 4G systems boxes are not locked, I used a prepay SIM in mine until I got sick of the poor Audio quality.

The SIM's have an applet internally to detect IMEI ranges or certain manufacturer IDI think, the only other thing I ever got it to register in was this old Siemens module. I never tried it in a hacked phone with a changed IMEI. (if such a coveted thing actually existed!)

John, can you confirm if the new Panasonic Cordless model is SIM locked?



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  Reply # 298036 11-Feb-2010 17:29
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Yeah, I dont want the wireless home phone service, just a cheap way to get something dialing out when an input it triggered.




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  Reply # 298038 11-Feb-2010 17:30
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paradoxsm: the 4G systems boxes are not locked, I used a prepay SIM in mine until I got sick of the poor Audio quality.

The SIM's have an applet internally to detect IMEI ranges or certain manufacturer IDI think, the only other thing I ever got it to register in was this old Siemens module. I never tried it in a hacked phone with a changed IMEI. (if such a coveted thing actually existed!)

John, can you confirm if the new Panasonic Cordless model is SIM locked?


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  Reply # 298044 11-Feb-2010 17:38
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Super, A couple of friends have the white boxes and are a bit dissatisfied so I'll refer them to those.


They would like the "what if" peace of mind" though in case they later stop the service and want to put it on their boat (with a prepay sim inside)



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  Reply # 299524 16-Feb-2010 16:29
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Got it here and it works fine with the 2 degrees simcard.

How do these handle making a dialplan for them? The post dial delay is monster on it. I dont think it was that long when I was playing with one with a VF home number sim in it.




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