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Unlocking a phone to work in Local Network Sim Carrier?

Posted on 2016-11-25
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Hi,

I like to seek help on one of the phone (see attached) - bought it overseas and it just wont work on my network carrier as it is locked.

Can someone please advise?
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You need to take it to a local phone store and have it unlocked.
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Hi,

I believe that is a TracFone LG Treasure device - you could try this: https://www.reference.com/technology/lg-tracfone-unlock-codes-cdb98d0d88395241

Otherwise, it might be worth checking the following:

https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/tracfone-phone-unlocking-program
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