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  1. Jmunilla's Avatar
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    Default Can I unlock Verizon Blackberry Curve 3G 9330

    Hi I have a blackberry Curve 3G 9330 currently with Verizon. I need to unlock it, but cannot seem to find the IMEI - which I need to try and get an unlock code or MEP Code. Can anyone help? Does this phone have a sim card? Can't find one. If it doesn't can it be unlocked and used in the ATT network? or am I stuck?
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    The 9330 is a CDMA-only device. It cannot be unlocked to use on AT&T. The 9300 is the GSM equivalent for AT&T and other GSM carriers.
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    I agree with Jeff - your device is a CDMA device without a place to insert a SIM card, so unlocking it is not an option.

    About finding the IMEI you can press *#06# to display it on screen.

    You can sell your Blackberry 9330 and buy an unlocked 9300 that can be used with GSM carriers (by using a SIM card)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmunilla View Post
    Hi I have a blackberry Curve 3G 9330 currently with Verizon. I need to unlock it, but cannot seem to find the IMEI - which I need to try and get an unlock code or MEP Code. Can anyone help? Does this phone have a sim card? Can't find one. If it doesn't can it be unlocked and used in the ATT network? or am I stuck?
    They should of made this device dual cdma/gsm .. That would of been a lot easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freethisberrydotcom View Post
    They should of made this device dual cdma/gsm .. That would of been a lot easier.
    The 9650 is dual mode.
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    But the 9330 is not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freethisberrydotcom View Post
    They should of made this device dual cdma/gsm .. That would of been a lot easier.
    That maybe so, but it's the entry level model, so it lacks some features
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    ##000000 thats all lol

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