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Unlock your T-mobile Pulse Mini now - Lowest price so far to get the unlock code


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digiengland

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Edited by digiengland, 08 July 2011 - 01:56 AM.

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Get it on ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...em=190513795736

You are advertising for yourself here???(against the rules???) How we now you have the unlock code and you dont scam us???

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Get it on ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...em=190513795736

i payed £10 at my local phone shop to get u8110 unlocked.

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Get it on ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.co.u...em=190513795736


Not only is he breaking the rules of this forum but beware of this guy. I got an unlock code from him (it wasn't the cheapest as he claims) and it didn't work. For all I know, he sent me a set of random numbers and I couldn't get a refund from him. In fact I couldn't even get a sensible reply from him. In the end I had to escalate it through eBay's procedures and got my money back that way. Buy only from someone who has some sort of refund guarantee or is covered by UK consumer laws. I think this guy operates from Hong Kong under a UK guise - even more suspicious.

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Not only is he breaking the rules of this forum but beware of this guy. I got an unlock code from him (it wasn't the cheapest as he claims) and it didn't work. For all I know, he sent me a set of random numbers and I couldn't get a refund from him. In fact I couldn't even get a sensible reply from him. In the end I had to escalate it through eBay's procedures and got my money back that way. Buy only from someone who has some sort of refund guarantee or is covered by UK consumer laws. I think this guy operates from Hong Kong under a UK guise - even more suspicious.


The quoted user did requested unlock code from us, however his handset was already permenently locked (after 3 attempts) then he came to us, what a prick.

by the way, I based in Bromley,Kent.

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Its not even cheap - DCUNLOCKER is 10EUR (~£9) without a dongle and that certainly works.

You should be able to reset the code count also (I know DC unlocker can)

Not worth more than £3 to unlock this phone. (Wouldn't even say its worth a tenner the phone itself).

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