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Old 12-07-2005, 05:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought a 7100g from cingular in USA. I am from Chile and i can't unlock this unit here, because Nobody knows. It was very expensive to me and i don't want to give up. If someone has a clue to unlock my blackberry i will be very grateful.

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Old 12-07-2005, 05:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to BlackBerry Forums. I won't even bother to suggest a "search" since this has been asked many times.

Contact www.bongowireless.com; they can unlock the 7100g for $100USD.
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Old 12-07-2005, 05:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You forgot to tell him that he will have to send his phone in too!
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Old 12-07-2005, 06:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Cingular can unlock it for you after a certian amount of time, people as of right now are getting there 8700c's unlocked by them. Give them a call and ask, cant hurt and can save you $100.

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Welcome to BlackBerry Forums. I won't even bother to suggest a "search" since this has been asked many times.

Contact www.bongowireless.com; they can unlock the 7100g for $100USD.
hello, thanks for your help, but te links doesn't work!
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Welcome to BlackBerry Forums. I won't even bother to suggest a "search" since this has been asked many times.

Contact www.bongowireless.com; they can unlock the 7100g for $100USD.
hello, thanks for your help, but link doesn't work!
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You forgot to tell him that he will have to send his phone in too!
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http://www.bongowireless.com
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Cingular can unlock it for you after a certian amount of time, people as of right now are getting there 8700c's unlocked by them. Give them a call and ask, cant hurt and can save you $100.

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Wednesday i called to cingular and they said they can not give me the codes because i don't have an account with them. I paid the highest price for that blackberry and they don't care right now. Also, they said i should call or send an email to blackberry.com I am pretty sure i will not get that information. Anyway, i will call again to cingular maybe with luck maybe i get something.
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