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Motorola V220 IMEI Unlock Codes

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How it's Done

Order your Motorola V220 subsidy password from GSMLiberty to remove the SIM lock from your phone. Visit our website and enter the 15 digit IMEI number of your phone on the products page. You will receive the subsidy password for your Motorola V220 phone in your email inbox within the time frame promised. Your phone will be unlocked within minutes. GSMLiberty’s unlocking service is guaranteed; if our service does not work we will refund your payment in full.

How can I unlock my Motorola V220 phone?

Unlocking your phone can be easy if you use a Motorola subsidy password. You can contact GSMLiberty to order it.

I have heard that subsidy passwords are available, but are they reliable and safe?

It is important to find and use genuine and reliable subsidy passwords, provided by a reputable unlocking service provider. GSMLiberty is an incorporated company with many years of experience providing unlocking services for various phone models. We have excellent feedback from our many satisfied customers around the world.

How do I get my subsidy password from GSMLiberty? What information do you need?

You can purchase our services online. We will need your phone’s unique IMEI number. This information will be sufficient to enable us to generate the subsidy password for your Motorola phone.

What does IMEI stand for? How do I find my phone’s IMEI number?

IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. Every Motorola phone has an IMEI number; a unique serial number that identifies that individual phone. To find it, just dial *#06#* on your phone’s keypad and the 16 digit IMEI number will be displayed on the screen. If you prefer, you can remove the battery to read the 16 digit number on the information label which is located behind the battery. Do not use the number that you see on the phone’s box, as this may not be the correct one. Use the one that is on the phone itself. And be sure to type number with no spaces or dashes.

What if there is confusion regarding the digits of the unlock code?

The most recent Motorola phones require a 16 digit subsidy code to unlock them, particularly if there are international carriers. If you have any confusion regarding the subsidy code, feel free to call us directly on our toll free number.

Is entering the subsidy password hard? Will I need help or can I do it on my own?

You can easily unlock your Motorola V220 phone yourself. Here are directions for entering the subsidy password .

  1. Switch ON your Motorola V220 phone with a non-allowed SIM card
  2. The message “Enter Special Code” will be displayed. Note that the term special code refers to the subsidy code that GSMLiberty sent to you
  3. Enter the subsidy code that you received, using your phone’s keypad

If any of the following messages appear, keep your phone ‘ON’ and enter the dial codes after some time. This may happen if you enter too many wrong codes:

  1. Contact Service Provider
  2. Wait before entering special code
  3. Contact service

Is a refund possible if I am not happy with the service?

If, for some reason, the Motorola subsidy password from GSMLiberty fails to remove the lock from your Motorola V220 phone, we will refund your payment in full.

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