Unlock Any BlackBerry Worldwide CLICK HERE TO START Welcome to iUnlock BlackBerry. We provide INSTANT, remote BlackBerry unlocking service. We can unlock any GSM BlackBerry to work with any GSM network of your choice worldwide.
Unlock Your BlackBerry in Just 3 Easy steps:
- Simply send us your blackberry IMEI number
- We will e-mail you back your code within 5 minutes or less, 24/7
- Enter Code and you could be using your Blackberry unlocked in just a few minutes!
Unlocking your phone will not change your reception or battery life, but it will give you the ability to use your phone with any GSM carrier. If you travel you can purchase a local SIM and avoid huge roaming charges. You can also raise the resale value of your phone by unlocking it.
Every GSM cell phone has a unique subsity unlock code. You will provide us with your blackberry IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number which is a 15 digit number that can be found by typing *#06#* from your BlackBerry or by going to Options>Status>IMEI, and we will be able to search for your specific code. Once you have the code you will simply enter the code into your phone and it will now be unlocked. THAT’S IT!!
To find out if your BlackBerry is “locked” to your current network provider, follow these steps:
- On your BlackBerry, go to Options > Advanced Options > SIM Card.
- While at that screen type MEPD on your keyboard (please note that if your BlackBerry model is 71xx or 81xx you will need to double-tap the P, so the actual keys entered become M E P P D). Text will not show when typing and a new menu will pop up.
- If your blackberry is “unlocked”, it will say Disabled or Inactive for all the fields (SIM, Network, etc). If it says Enabled or Active, it’s still locked to the original carrier and requires unlocking.
If you see next to “Network” word “active” , then your blackberry is locked and will require unlocking. If you see “active” next to “service provider”, then you will require another code (MEP4 unlock code) that we will also provide to you. And if your network says “blocked’ than your phone is hard locked to the original network provider and can not be unlocked by IMEI. Please do NOT purchase the code.
After you typed MEPD type MEP2 and pop up window will show you how many tries you have to enter unlock code. If you have “0″ your phone is hard locked to the original network provider and can not be unlocked by IMEI. Please do NOT purchase the code.
PRD stands for Product Requirements Documents and refers to an identification number on Blackberry that refers to where, when and for which network provider the handset was manufactured for. Depending under which service provider Blackbery will be sold, same models will have different firmware and branding
The PRD number looks like this PRD-XXXXX-XXX where X stands fro different number, see image below:
MEP is an 8 digit number that identifies the current network provider on your phone (ex: MEP-04104-003). We use this number together with IMEI to calculate an unique unlock code for your BlackBerry. We need this number to guarantee that the code you receive will work 100% of the time.
With some network providers your actual MEP might be different from the number your carrier usually uses. That is why we need to receive MEP number from you. It will also guarantee that the unlock code you receive will work 100%. Please follow the steps in this link to obtain MEP for your blackberry.
GSM, which stands for Global System for Mobile communications, is the world’s most widely used cell phone technology. Cell phone carriers use GSM for their cell phone networks. Each mobile phone has a unique serial number, in case of GSM Phones, it is an “IMEI” number. The IMEI is only used for identifying the device, and has no relation at all to the subscriber. GSM also has the advantage of using SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards. The SIM card, which acts as your digital identity, is tied to your cell phone service carrier’s network rather than to the handset itself. This allows for easy exchange from one phone to another without a new cell phone service activation.
Therefore your SIM card will work with any compatible GSM phone, simply because your cell phone provider cares only about where to find your SIM card and not what phone model you use.
You can also use your GSM phone with any compatible SIM card, meaning you can use your GSM phone with any SIM Card from different networks around the world.
Although each network provider locks the phones they sell simply to make sure that you stay with them and use their service only, you can unlock your phone to be able to use it with any network around the world.
- It is possible you have provided us with incorrect information on the order page (ex: IMEI number, current network provider that the phone is currently locked to (not the one you are planning to switch to), current country, MEP, etc). If you know that the information you have provided us is correct, please see the next possibility.
- You may have entered the unlock code incorrectly.
- You might have 0 tries/attempts to enter unlock code, which means that your Blackberry is hardlocked to original network provider and cannot be unlocked by IMEI.
If you feel that you’ve done everything 100% correctly, here’s what to do:
– Provide us your phone’s MEP
You can use our “How to find my MEP” page to learn how to do this.
Doing this will ensure that the code you received is 100% accurate.
If you still have questions please contact us.
For SIM cards with PIN ENABLED you will be required to enter a PIN. This is not the unlocking code that has just been provided. For information concerning the PIN, PIN2, PUK and PUK2 codes for a SIM card please read the manual that came with your phone or contact your sim card provider.This is not a handset unlocking difficulty.
- In the device Options, click Mobile Network or Manage Connections.
- To connect to GSM networks only, set the Network Technology field to GSM/UMTS. Set the Network Mode field.
- Press the Menu key.
- Click Save.
Unfortunately unlocked 8830 would not work with any GSM network provider in North America, only in Europe and Asia. It does not have the proper bands required to operate here. It can only run on CDMA here, as for GSM it has 900/1800 band which will work overseas. In the United States required band for GSM network is 850/1900 band.
Yes, bulk rates are available, if you want to purchase more then one code or you are reseller/wholeseller or cell phone repair shop. Click here for more info.
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