1. andy625's Avatar
    I have a 8320 Curve that I may be selling soon. It's locked to the Orange network in the UK. Appart from the obvious wiping all my files/contact/programs etc, what else do I need to do to it to enable someone else to be able to put their sim card in and get it to work? I appreciate that it will only be suitable for someone with an Orange sim card/data package.

    I've read on here about "locked" PINs, does that only happen ifits reported stolen?
    01-05-09 10:04 AM
  2. giantfan30's Avatar
    make sure that you go to your BIS page and make sure that the pin is no longer associated with your BIS account
    01-05-09 10:07 AM
  3. hearmeoutx's Avatar
    Also if you plan on selling it to someone who is not on the orange network, make sure to call your service provider and have them unlock it.
    01-05-09 10:16 AM
  4. andy625's Avatar
    make sure that you go to your BIS page and make sure that the pin is no longer associated with your BIS account
    I thought that I may have to do something like that. I don't think the BIS page works quite the same on orange. I have to go to blackberry.orange.co.uk, and I'm never sure what I have to put in, to log in. Would it be the device PIN number?
    01-05-09 10:22 AM
  5. andy625's Avatar
    Also if you plan on selling it to someone who is not on the orange network, make sure to call your service provider and have them unlock it.
    I don't think the service providers are as helpful over here. I can't see them doing that for me so I was just going to advertise it as suitable for use on Orange.
    01-05-09 10:24 AM
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