Hi, I was just wondering if anyone out there knows how to go about unlocking an E900 mobile phone at all?
I knwo there's the obvious route of contacting the network it is locked to (UK Vodafone) but are there any ways to do it myself? My dad's just bought one fairly cheap and wanted to use his old O2 sim card in it.
Not that he even keeps his phone on him!
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