Help Please "Phone Not Allowed MM6" SOS?? IMEI IS GOOD! My 1st BB Z10
This is sad i want to fall in love with my first ever BB Phone the Z10 (coming from android/iPhone)
But I cant because its a Fancy looking brick since no service!
don't say Your phone is reported Stolen I've checked with my provider about 4-5 times different people and they all said your phone is good and even the T-Mobile IMEI website says so too
Any Fixes Please help. Don't leave me with a bad taste in my mouth with my first BB Phone ill Never go back !
- 08-30-13, 01:46 AM #6BBM: 7FC94509 - Give me a reason to use it!
- 08-30-13, 01:47 AM #7
I note there are many threads on the Internet regarding the issue. Seems there could be multiple causes. I won't insult your intelligence by suggesting you Google your title as you have probably already done that. Perhaps you could let us know what of the circumstances that are listed apply to you. Then perhaps someone here can walk you through a solution.
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- 08-30-13, 02:20 AM #9
As much as you think that phone is clean, it isn't. Something is clearly wrong with it.
You have 2 ways of solving this:
1. MM6 Issue FIXED "Phone not allowed on MM6" (SOLVED LEGALLY). GUIDE.
2. Call BlackBerry Customer Service and tell them your issue in full detail.
I can't even sometimes with how people request help here. But whatever.BBM: 7FC94509 - Give me a reason to use it!
- 08-30-13, 02:54 AM #12
What did T-Mobile say when you called customer service?
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They tried to say it's because it's insufficient funds but I'm not giving u them money for something tha won't fix it I can't even connect to the provider but I can on my crappy lumina 920 with same sim -.-
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08-30-13, 07:25 AM #14
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MM6 is a carrier block on the IMEI blacklist.
You bought it on eBAY from someone who either stole it or had it on a contract with an ETF and didn't pay the ETF, so they basically stole it from the carrier.
This is, by the way, good, not bad. Destroying the economic value of stolen devices is good for everyone in the main because it reduces the odds of your device being stolen (since the thief will be unable to get anything for it, once it becomes common knowledge that this is what's going to happen -- nobody will buy them any more.)
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