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Tips for buying BlackBerry phone

Buying Tips BlackBerry phone is necessary for consumers, because the phone blackberry is a phone that is not a little value to the users mobile phone. Here are tips for those of you who want to buy a BlackBerry:

  • Try BlackBerry phone switch before you buy. See the PIN and IMEI by going to the menu, press options, then status. Or it could stand by the page and press Alt + Shift + H. Match with the PIN and IMEI in the box. If appropriate, turn the HP and see the PIN and IMEI in the battery compartment. Everything must be the same.
  • If there is an internet connection, go to the address of the BlackBerry service (http://xxx.blackberry.com where xxx can we replace the services that we use Telkomsel, Indosat, or xl). Click the register new account. Trying to register on your BlackBerry IMEI and PIN. Will appear several notifications.
  • Your device has not yet been registered with the network. So cheer up, meaning that the IMEI and PIN can be used to enjoy the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS)
  • The BlackBerry is registered with another provider. Possible IMEI and PIN already registered on the service abroad. Ask a new HP warranty exchange, for fear can not be used anymore.
  • Your account is already registered. Most likely the phone you get is junk or refurbish (JB), avoid stuff like this.
  • Your Account is Suspended. Do not ever purchased. Because the PIN and IMEI have been reported as PIN and IMEI illegal, is lost, the results of Klone, or stolen.
To see whether you buy the BlackBerry is a new item or not, could do with this trick:
  1. Open the BlackBerry menu, select option, then the status.
  2. On this page, type B U Y R on the keyboard. Some additional data will appear.
  3. If the data usage and voice usage is still 0, then certainly it is new stuff. If not 0, make sure the data usage is not up exceeded.
  4. If it is still limited to 2 to 3 kb only, it is still reasonable, the possibility for data unlocker

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