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BinaryLimited

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#195007 2-Apr-2016 15:48
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Hi Tech Ninjas!

My partner received an iPhone 6 s from her sister in Hong Kong.
She did have an iPhone 4 but had to get a nano Sim.

We'very tried to put the nano Sim in the 6s and says "no service"
But when I put the nano Sim in my work iPhone, it works fine.

Think her new 6s is carrier blocked? Reading online, apparently your carrier can unblock this for you?

Thanks





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RunningMan
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  #1524670 2-Apr-2016 15:53
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Contact the carrier it was purchased from and see what they charge to unlock.


 
 
 

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  #1524675 2-Apr-2016 15:57
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The Phone will be Carrier locked to a HK Carrier.

 

Find out what Carrier it was aquired from and normally you can pay to have it Carrier unlocked via the Carrier it originally came from (For a price)

 

The Reason it would be locked as the Carrier sold it at a subsidised price to the original person.

 

 

 

 


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  #1524676 2-Apr-2016 15:59
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This is not related to VodafoneNZ can someone please move thread



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  #1524677 2-Apr-2016 16:00
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did you try rebooting the phone with the nz sim in??





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  #1524692 2-Apr-2016 16:47
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Thanks guys.

Dam Johnr, thought this would be a Vodafone fix :)
Time to get on Skype, blah




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