1. pmccartney's Avatar
    Per the title, does the Bell Mobility Curve 3G 9300 need to be unlocked to work on the Rogers network?
    Has anyone had Bell unlock theirs? (I'm familiar with the online unlock providers.)


    Thanks.
    04-17-11 11:18 AM
  2. cs.berry's Avatar
    Per the title, does the Bell Mobility Curve 3G 9300 need to be unlocked to work on the Rogers network?
    Has anyone had Bell unlock theirs? (I'm familiar with the online unlock providers.)



    Thanks.
    Yes the Curve 3G will need to be unlocked to be used on the Rogers network.
    I haven't had experience unlocking through Bell but I assume it is similar to online unlock providers but It might be more secure.

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    04-17-11 12:39 PM
  3. unlockcellpro's Avatar
    yes. If you want to use the Rogers network you will have to get your phone unlocked
    11-02-11 01:01 PM
  4. pmccartney's Avatar
    got it unlocked months ago for $7.99 at unlockthatphone.com. received the code within 5 minutes of Paypal transaction.
    11-02-11 03:53 PM
  5. BlackberryCodeSource's Avatar
    Hi pmccartney,

    Yes, you will need to unlock it to use it with Rogers.

    Bell can unlock it for you, just call them and tell them you need to unlock your phone they will sell you an unlock code but they charge $50 for it.

    Although, if you ask a nice customer service rep and you have been a long term customer with them you can sometimes get it for free (just don't tell them you want to use the phone with Rogers ) Tell them you are going on vacation and need to use the phone with a local pay as you go simcard at your destination.


    Hope it works out



    Per the title, does the Bell Mobility Curve 3G 9300 need to be unlocked to work on the Rogers network?
    Has anyone had Bell unlock theirs? (I'm familiar with the online unlock providers.)


    Thanks.
    Last edited by BlackberryCodeSource; 11-02-11 at 08:04 PM.
    11-02-11 08:00 PM
  6. unlockcellpro's Avatar
    Hi pmccartney,

    Yes, you will need to unlock it to use it with Rogers.

    Bell can unlock it for you, just call them and tell them you need to unlock your phone they will sell you an unlock code but they charge $50 for it.

    Although, if you ask a nice customer service rep and you have been a long term customer with them you can sometimes get it for free (just don't tell them you want to use the phone with Rogers ) Tell them you are going on vacation and need to use the phone with a local pay as you go simcard at your destination.


    Hope it works out
    But I guess it doesn't work all the time..or does it?
    11-03-11 09:01 AM
  7. BlackberryCodeSource's Avatar
    Like I said they only give it to you free once in a while

    If they don't give it to you free they charge 50 bucks for the code!
    11-03-11 08:22 PM
  8. freethisberrydotcom's Avatar
    They will not give the code out unless your their client and you have substantial history with them and they will not give them for free., At least in Canada that is,.
    11-04-11 03:56 PM
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