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cell phone motorala T mobile

Posted on 2012-03-09
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Dear Experts:

My Boss has purchased cellphone motorala T mobile in USA, But now my boss want's this device to be used in india when inserted SIM it asks subsidy password # this we have no idea

secondly iam not sure even after entering the subsidy password whether this will work in india.

Please tell me what all the measures to be taken if the motorala T mobile has to be used in india, please help

Please help thanks in advance.
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D_wathi,

It sounds like the phone is locked by T-Mobile. You'll need to get in touch with them to get the unlocking code (note that they may not release it when the phone has been recently purchased with discount due to a service plan).

Cheers,
LHerrou
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