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Old 07-11-2005, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
I recieved a 7100T off ebay that was claimed to be legally unlocked by t-mobile, i live in Canada, if i just shove in my SIM card will it work right off the bat with rogers? if not what should i do? thanks
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If it is "unlocked" as stated then yes just pop your SIM in and your good to go you should have voice service right away. If you already subscribe to a data plan then simply add you PIN and IMEI to your BWC account. Note make sure the PIN and IMEI have been released from the subscriber your purchasing from or you won't be able to active the device.
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