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  1. #1
    Hi,

    I'm just learning about this so pardon me if this is a stupid question.
    I have a T226 SE cellphone and I'm currently tied to Rogers right now.
    I'm looking to change providers because I really don't care for Roger's
    plans. If I get my phone unlocked will I be able to use that phone on a
    different network? Would I be able to use the same SIM card or do I
    have to buy a network specific SIM card? If I can't use the SIM card
    then what would be the purpose of getting my phone unlocked?

    Thanks!




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    Sven
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    Re: Using SIM card on a different network


    <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    >
    > I'm just learning about this so pardon me if this is a stupid question.
    > I have a T226 SE cellphone and I'm currently tied to Rogers right now.
    > I'm looking to change providers because I really don't care for Roger's
    > plans. If I get my phone unlocked will I be able to use that phone on a
    > different network? Would I be able to use the same SIM card or do I
    > have to buy a network specific SIM card? If I can't use the SIM card
    > then what would be the purpose of getting my phone unlocked?
    >
    > Thanks!
    >


    When your phone has been unlocked, you'll be able to use *any* sim card.
    Your current provider as well as any other in the world.
    (be aware that not the whole world uses the same frequencies, but that's an other story)

    Sven





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