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T-Mobile Jet 2.0 4G Laptop Stick - Unlock?


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Not sure how hard you looked, or if this method linked below works, but it seems it is possible based just on the number of results in google. I don't own one, so can't test, but worth a shot.




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The problem with all these unlocking sites is that you need to figure out what the unlock code itself is and from what I gather not a lot of people are telling, which is why you get questionable businesses like this popping up selling unlocking services.

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According to Wikipedia you should be able to simply phone up the provider and ask for an unlock code in quite a few countries where having one is actually legal. Find a country where that operator doesn't provide service and tell the phone drone that you'll be staying there for a while and you don't want to buy another device just for there. They might not cooperate, but I reckon they can at least tell you how long you have to wait until they will or otherwise inform you about the process (you might have to pay them a one-time fee, but at least it's not one of those dodgy businesses). Remember that the device was dead-cheap because the operator subsidized it and they want you to make use of it for a bit to allow them to recoup their investment - it's the whole reason for the lock to be there in the first place.

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