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BlackBerry 8700 IMEI Unlock Codes

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Own a fabulous Blackberry 8700 that is locked by your service provider? Now you can easily get the SIM lock removed from your Blackberry phone. GSMLiberty is a registered company that can help you with unlocking your phone. We provide unlock codes specific to your Blackberry phone. Once the codes are entered, the SIM lock will be removed permanently. GSMLiberty is a reputable company with many years of experience in providing unlocking services for various phone models. With our unlock codes, your phone software remains unharmed and so does the warranty. Just enter the 15 digit IMEI number of your Blackberry 8700 phone on the products page without any spaces or dashes. The PRD number is also required which is present on the sticker underneath the phone battery. Once the IMEI number is received, we will generate your specific unlock code and deliver it to you via email within the time promised. If the unlock code does not work, a full refund is guaranteed. Get your Blackberry 8700 unlocked today.

What can I do to get the SIM lock removed from my Blackberry 8700?

If your Blackberry 8700 has a SIM lock, the best way to deal with it is by using unlock codes.

Can the unlock code remove the SIM lock safely?

Absolutely. The SIM lock can be removed from your Blackberry 8700 safely with genuine Blackberry unlock codes. Genuine unlock codes from reputable unlock code providers will not harm your phone.

What is this PRD number?

The PRD number stands for Product Requirements Documents and is often needed as part of the unlocking process. It is an identification number on a Blackberry Smartphone. It represents a batch number which gives information of the time, place and which wireless carrier the phone was manufactured for.

How do I know which is the PRD number?

The PRD number is present on the UPC label underneath the phone battery. It is an eight digit number and is written like this: PRD-12345-123.

Where can I purchase my unlock code? What other details do I need to provide regarding my Blackberry 8700 phone?

GSMLiberty can provide you with the genuine unlock code. Just enter the 15 digit valid IMEI number on the products page without any spaces or dashes. Once we receive that we will generate your unlock code and send it to you via email within the delivery time frame promised.

What is the IMEI number?

The IMEI number is different from the PRD number. IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity.

How do I find my phone’s IMEI number?

Here are two ways to find your phone’s IMEI number:

  1. Type *#06#* on the keypad. The 15 digit number will be displayed on the screen.
  2. Remove the battery from your Blackberry 8700 phone. The IMEI number is present underneath the battery on the label.

How do I enter the unlock code in my Blackberry 8700 phone?

Entering the unlock code is simple. Here two methods you can follow. However, GSMLiberty is available at any time to provide assistance if you need it.

  1. Switch ON the phone
  2. Go to Options>Advanced Options
  3. Type MEPD or MEPPD
  4. The unlock menu appears
  5. In the menu, select NETWORK field
  6. Type MEP2 or MEPP2
  7. Enter the unlock code sent by GSMLiberty
  8. Your Blackberry 8700 phone will be unlocked

or

  1. Switch ON the phone with an unaccepted SIM card
  2. The phone prompts for MEP network
  3. Enter the unlock code sent by GSMLiberty
  4. Your Blackberry 8700 phone will be unlocked

Will I get a refund if the unlock code fails to remove the lock from my Blackberry 8700 phone?

Yes, according to the service money back guarantee by GSMLiberty, you are entitled to a full refund if the unlock code fails to remove the SIM lock from your phone.

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