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After a week with this phone. . .


Jun 4, 2007, 6:05 PM
I've decided that I definitely just don't like flip phones. ☚ī¸ Especially sad given how much I like almost everything else about this phone.

I'll be requesting an unlock code, then probably selling it.

... unless nyone have an E65 or N73 they want to trade? 😉

Jun 4, 2007, 8:13 PM
How does one go about getting an unlock code?

Jun 4, 2007, 8:18 PM
You call Cingular and ask for a subsidy unlock code, or just go online to one of a million sites that offer unlock codes. Nokias are the easiest phones to deal with for unlocking

Jun 5, 2007, 6:53 AM
What does unlocking the phone do at this point?

Jun 5, 2007, 7:16 AM
It allows for the use of any sim card-not very useful in the US since t-mobile is the only alternative; but if you are going to europe its a must to have the phone unlocked so you can use local pre paid sim cards

Jun 5, 2007, 10:49 AM
The N75 is of a newer firmware set than most other Nokia phones, so it's much harder to unlock. This site, for example:
http://unlock.nokiafree.org/ »
doesn't work on most newer Nokias, and a lot of online unlockers (if they're any good) will have lists of phones they've been unable to unlock. Lots of folk had problems getting the 6682 unlocked, for example.

In my case, I'm a Cingular employee, so I just shot an email to the ERP group asking for the unlock code. I plan on travelling to Canada a lot anyway, so I'd like to have it unlocked. And it makes it that much more attractive when selling it. Since I bought it without contract, I should be eligible for the code, but we'll see.

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