trying to get my sim card to work in a telus phone

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i put my kodoo sim card in a telus phone (blackberry pearl) and is now asking for a unlock code. is that just because its a blackberry and needs to be unlocked or because its a different service provider
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Justin Briggs

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Jonathan I, Mobile Master

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It's a different service provider.

All of the newer Telus curves (9360 and 9320), the Bold 9790, and any BB 10 devices will work on either carrier but anything older than those (which includes your pearl) won't work without an unlock since Koodo didn't sell them.

Try freemyblackberry.com - free unlock code if you wait 24 hours or $3 USD for an instant one.
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Chad Burr, Mobile Master

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It's a different service provider and your BlackBerry is locked
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Hi if you need unlock code you can visit this site http://www.mobileunlocksolutions.com/... here you can get the code and unlock your blackberry pearl mobile easily. To get the code you have to mentioned your blackberry mobile model, which country is locked now,network provider and imei number. Then they send unlock code through email.After unlock your mobile you can easily swap to another network.
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will a telus blackberry curve 9320 work on koodo network
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anthonymurillo

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Yes, i think.. need to unlock for koodo carrier. i m trying to unlock Curve 9360.. phone is requesting for unlock code. from where do i get Telus Unlock Code? do third parties provide legit codes? are they legit : http://attunlockcode.com/categories/Telus-Unlock-Code/ ?
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Hey Anthony,

Unlocking your phone via a third-party unlocking service is at your own risk. We can only suggest to unlock it via the original carrier whenever it's possible.

Thank you!

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