This is how to locate your MEP #. It should have the code: MEP-XXXXX-XXX
To locate PID or Provider's ID for your Alcatel phone, all you need is to turn off the phone and then take off the battery (If the battery is removable, because some cannot remove the battery at all). Look for a sticker under the battery as shwon in the picture.
Unfortunately, no! There is a different signal/frequency among CDMA and GSM type carriers. GSM phones will work with GSM carriers and CDMA type phones will work with CDMA type carriers. I would suggest to call the operator first if they can support your phone or not.
a Network Unlock Code is also known as NCK.
a Service Provider Unlock Code is also known as SPCK.
This is very easy! Just follow this simple instruction below:
1. Press right arrow “>”
2. Press star “*”
3. Press left arrow “<”
4. Press left arrow “<”
5. Press star “*”
6. Press left arrow “<”
7. Press star “*”
8. Select “Service Info”
9. Select “Configurations”
10. Now you will see the KBH + IMEI #
· The sequence for this is >*<<*<* Select “service info” “select configurations”----- KBH + IMEI #
Nokia phones only takes up to 3 incorrect attempts before it will be HARD lock, so be very careful!
If it is a BB5.0 Nokia Phones usually it would take up to 10 days to generate.
For DCTs some would take from a couple to minutes to 5 days.
Contact us at http://www.freeunlocks.com/contactus/ and we will search your phone from our database if it is available for unlocking.
Yes we do unlock it! Just provide us with the country and service provider that your phone is currently locked to and we would be happy to check our system if it is available for unlocking.
DCT (Digital Core Technology) a baseband generation for Nokia mobile phones.
BB5.0 a baseband generation 5.0 for Nokia mobile phones, mostly new and from year 2009 onwards.
Very easy! You can locate it by looking under the battery.
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) is a digital wireless transmission technology that allows for a large amount of users to share access to a singular radio channel. This device does not have a SIM card and it does not have IMEI # but a MEID HEX # and MEID DEC #.
Please click the link below where you will be directed to a different page to get your MEP # in order to generate the more accurate MEP code :)
We do have a back up solution for it via MEP method. All you have to do is to locate your MEP code from the link below.
It is because that your country or service provider is not supported by TrialPay as of the moment. For some reasons, the unlock code on your country or service provider is very expensive and there is no TrialPay offer that will sponsor your unlock code.
Our code are accurate and 100% working, it is very rare to happen that the unlock code generated for your specific IMEI # is not working.
Feel free to contact us from the link below and we will try to answer your enquiry in 8-24 hours (mostly sooner).
We support almost ALL service providers worldwide. Be sure to contact us via our Contact Us form if your service provider is unavailable.
We support any major kinds of mobile phone, you name it we unlock it!
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All prices are in US Dollars.
We accept all major Credit Cards, including MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express. We also do accept PayPal transaction for your convenience.
Buy Now is a process in which to skip the "Get It Free" option or TrialPay offers and pay directly via Credit Card or PayPal.
In order to get the unlock code for free, you will have first to complete the TrialPay offer from one of TrialPay partners. After completing an offer, you will be receiving an email confirmation from TrialPay, an order # and activation code where you can process the unlock code manually on our Automatic IMEI Processing System.
Unlocking your phone will not affect the warranty fo your phone. Your phone will be unlocked with the same technique as manufacturers would do it. All new mobile phone are by default unlocked, manufacturers only lock the phone as per request by carriers or service providers.
Yes! It is 100% Legal, most of us misunderstood the meaning of UNLOCKING from UNBLOCKING.
- UNLOCKING: unlocks your mobile phone so that you can use different Service Provider of your choice.
- UNBLOCKING: this is ILLEGAL, this is a process of making the phone usable again after it has been reported by the Network Provider as lost or STOLEN. This should not be attempted at all cost.
In this case, your phone is a CDMA type and we cannot unlock it :( Only GSM type phone (SIM card operated) are available for unlocking. :)
These are the things you need to know in order to unlock your phone.
- Brand/Model of phone
- IMEI # (by dialing *#06# or by looking under the battery)
- Country and Service Provider in whcih your phone is currently locked to.
No, not really. We can unlock ALL GSM mobile phones as of the moment. We are currently limited when it comes to CDMA type mobile phones but we are trying our best to an unlimited possibilities.
The reason for this is that Service Provider tends to lock the phone that they are selling because they tend to to keep you as a customer until your contract expires.
Unlocking is a term used to unlock your phone so that you will be able to use different Service Provider worldwide.
That is an excellent question, these are the advantages if you unlock your mobile phone.
- If you are a traveler, you can use local SIM card to save on roaming fees
- No restrictions to any Service Provider worldwide
- The reselling value will increase because your phone will be available to almost all of Service Provider
- No Danger of unlocking your Mobile Phone when unlocking it
- Switch different SIM cards EASILY
- The phone is permanently unlocked even after updates
- No Software and No Cables
- Technical experience is unnecessary, so simple and easy to use
- No unlock code is not an option for us, we do have a back up method for almost all models
- 100% Guaranteed! If it does not work, we will process a different code or we will issue a refund
- It is 100% LEGAL
- You can get your unlock code for FREE with the help of TrialPay
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A phone is network locked if it works on one mobile network, but not any others. So if it doesn't work on the network you wish to use it with and it only works on the original network it was sold on, then you need to unlock it (please note that in the UK, to use the network Three you need a 3G compatible phone).
Here in the UK, as confirmed by the Metropolitan Police, network unlocking a phone is legal. This is the same in the US and most other countries, as long as you own the mobile phone you are unlocking.