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  1. #1
    gonzo
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    I have the calculator software and understand how to go about
    unlocking. I've seen a few websites that do this for a fee
    (http://gsm.xmod.ca) and even in these cases I cannot do a thing since
    there are a few choices for the operator code. At this point I don't
    really care whether I am doing it myself or having someone else. I
    just want to know what the operator code is. If it helps I have
    t-mobile in PA (phildelphia). Thank you.



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  2. #2
    John S.
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    Re: how do I find out the "operator code" for my t-mobile usa service provider

    >At this point I don't
    >really care whether I am doing it myself or having someone else. I
    >just want to know what the operator code is.


    Take a look at http://www.gsmworld.com and look it up.

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    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net



  3. #3
    Todd Allcock
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    Re: how do I find out the "operator code" for my t-mobile usa service provider

    sexyexotiche@aol.comspamfree (John S.) wrote in message news:<20040427113815.13347.00000431@mb-m06.aol.com>...
    > >At this point I don't
    > >really care whether I am doing it myself or having someone else. I
    > >just want to know what the operator code is.

    >
    > Take a look at http://www.gsmworld.com and look it up.


    I just did for laughs. Due to their legacy networks (Voicestream,
    Aerial, Omnipoint, Powertel, etc.) there are over a dozen NOCs listed
    for T-Mobile! Most phones don't give you that many tries to enter
    unlock codes before "self-destructing".



  4. #4
    Matthew
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    Re: how do I find out the "operator code" for my t-mobile usa service provider

    On 27 Apr 2004 18:58:48 -0700, elecconnec@aol.com (Todd Allcock)
    wrote:

    >sexyexotiche@aol.comspamfree (John S.) wrote in message news:<20040427113815.13347.00000431@mb-m06.aol.com>...
    >> >At this point I don't
    >> >really care whether I am doing it myself or having someone else. I
    >> >just want to know what the operator code is.

    >>
    >> Take a look at http://www.gsmworld.com and look it up.


    T-Mobile's network code is 310-26 but for unlocking purposes it's
    310-20

    >
    >I just did for laughs. Due to their legacy networks (Voicestream,
    >Aerial, Omnipoint, Powertel, etc.) there are over a dozen NOCs listed
    >for T-Mobile! Most phones don't give you that many tries to enter
    >unlock codes before "self-destructing".


    Matthew

    matthew at the dash stevens dot us



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