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Old 07-28-2008, 04:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For the last month i've been searching online to find out if i can put a different OS or firmware on my blackberry so that i can have it work with a non Sim card network. I recently changed providers from Cellone (which i believe is ATT now) to Ntelos. I just found out that Ntelos now has BlackBerries but mine wont work, or so they say. I just want to know if they are right or if i could get it working with a little hacking. So since you guys are the experts i figured i would come to you...

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Ok that makes since....
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