How do you unlock your AT and T life wireless phone?
This is from att's website: : Question: How do I e-mail a text message to an AT&T wireless phone? ; Answer: To e-mail a text message to an AT&T wireless phone: : :# Type the text message as an e-mail through your e-mail account. :#* 10-digit wireless phone firstname.lastname@example.org :# Send the e-mail to the AT&T wireless phone using the following address format for the AT&T wireless phone number: Standard messaging rates apply for the…
To unlock a cell phone means you are unlocking the restrictions on it which only allow you to use it with the designated service provider. Here's an example: I have an At&t blackberry phone, but I want to use it with t-mobile's network. First I'll need to "unlock it" so I can use it on t-mobile's network.
Is there a wireless phone company that will loan a phone to check for phone service where my current phone doesn't work?
An "unlocked phone" is one that can be uses on any wireless carrier network. Usually a wireless carrier (eg AT&T Wireless) locks a phone to ensure that the user stays with the two year contract that was agreed to at the time the first was first purchased at a large discount. This discount is called a phone subsidy.
For a cell phone to be unlocked, it means that the phone is able to use any SIM card from any phone network type. For example, a locked Verizon Wireless phone would be unable to accept and function with an AT&T SIM card, whilst an unlocked Verizon Wireless phone would be able to accept and function with an AT&T SIM card.
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An unlocked AT&T phone WILL work with a T-mobile sim card. I have an AT&T Razr that works with either AT&T/Cingular or T-mobile, depending upon which sim card is inserted. I called AT&T/Cingular customer service to get the unlock code for my phone - in California, cell-phone companies have to give you the unlock code if your account's been in good-standing for at least 90 days.
You mean AT&T. It is a Cell phone carrier, not a kind of phone. They provide service to use you cell phone. It is sort of like t-mobile, sprint, verizon wireless, Net 10, etc. If you want to learn more, you should visit thier website: http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/index.jsp?wtSlotClick=1-0068N7-0-1