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Having searched, and posted a few times to try to find an unlocking solution for my 6.1 standard Kaiser (T Mobile MDA Vario III) without success I think I'll go down the commercial unlock code provider route.

T Mob want £25 to provide the code, which seems a bit steep.

So, my question is, what's a good commercial unlocking provider, i.e. Reliable, quick and cheap? :-)

Any recommendations?

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http://www.imei-check.co.uk/ only £10
Otherwise XDA developers may have something

It's the only company I would use as they have had close links with MoDaCo since the beginning and I know them personally.
I would suggest you ignore the spam posts your topic wll probably create as they are people from India/china who troll through sites just to spam.

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http://www.imei-check.co.uk/ only £10
Otherwise XDA developers may have something

It's the only company I would use as they have had close links with MoDaCo since the beginning and I know them personally.
I would suggest you ignore the spam posts your topic wll probably create as they are people from India/china who troll through sites just to spam.



DO NOT USE 'unlockcodes2u.com'

The site looks like it will supply you with an unlock code and at first glance it looks like they will unlock your phone - even asking for your IMEI number.
That's all you get is an email telling you
Option 1
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Unlock your phone with a Orange unlock code

Option 2
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Unlock your phone at a local independent dealer or market stall

Option 3
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Unlock your phone with an online retailer's unlock code

Option 4
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Unlock your phone with online unlock software downloads

Option 5
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Unlock your phone with your own unlock clip or unlock box

I don't usually get caught out with these types of sites but £4 for a bunch of useless info.

Please spread the word around so others don't get ripped off

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