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chili Posts: > 500

[ This Message was edited by: chili on 2006-04-22 09:07 ]
Posted: 2006-04-22 10:03:00
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stayback Posts: 150


There is 1 Nokia 6630 from UK, it is 3G locked...

By question is Can this phone be unlocked? If yes how?

After Unlock will it work perfectly on all networks in india? or it will give any problem?

Can i use it on Airtel in india?

please reply
Posted: 2006-04-29 17:06:08
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amnesia Posts: > 500

alright then I'll re-iterate.

Three's sim cards used to work on SOME 2G phones over a year back, but do not anymore.

(whether they are locked or not doesn't matter, the fact of the matter is, they do not work)
Posted: 2006-04-29 23:23:44
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BobaFett Posts: > 500

i used my 3 card in 6230i, i managed to access some aparts of the 3zone aswell, email, wap worked fine, thx for the edge feature of the fone and cos the 3 net coverage arent 100% in austria and u usually roam on A1 ( another operator here ), when no 3 net is given.
Posted: 2006-04-29 23:27:10
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DeLa Posts: > 500

The whole 2G/3G simcard thing seems a bit overdone to me.
Today (that's why my replu is only so many years after the thread dried up) my old sim card failed and had to be replaced. It was an 'old 2G simcard' and now there's a 'new 2G/3G simcard' in it. My t700 has been picking up the 3G networks all the time with that old 2G card (both voice and data).

I think the simcards are just the same, they only provided some extra features that lets them decide if you are allowed on the 2G/3G networks. 3G for calling is just another network like the rest, there's nothing to it that requires a special sim chip.

And now the whole thing can start over with 4G I suppose.
Posted: 2010-04-27 21:28:40
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phonecrzy Posts: 478

Yes you can but will not be able to use 3G features.
Posted: 2010-06-01 16:52:35
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peterdisuza Posts: 2

Yes you can use your 2G sim card in 3G handsed and it is work easily.First thing I want to tell you that 3G phone support 2G sim card and services so don't worry.Thanks
Posted: 2011-05-10 21:22:42
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emankhan Posts: 1

Seem's like we facing the same problem my country,the 3G are weak at certain times..better cntct your service provider.


Posted: 2015-02-19 05:20:51
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