[hackerspaces] Network MEP Code

Red Davies noiddicle at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 14:53:31 CET 2012

You really shouldn't publish your IMEI.  It's an identifier that identifies
your phone (and therefore your plan) to the network.

On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 4:36 AM, friday demola <demolaboy at gmail.com> wrote:

> Good day to you all, this message is directed to those in the
> technology section, you can ignore this if you don't know anything
> about it thanks.
> A brand new phone was sent to me for some check up but apparently I
> couldn't run the test because it was requesting for the network MEP
> code which I tried talking to the company (VodaFone). I had to wait
> for 5days before they could answer me directly from their mail.
> Now I was told that they only provide free unlocking of handset for
> PAYG customers once they have completed 1 year after date of
> connection with Vodafone and request for unlocking before a year will
> be charged £20. Meanwhile the phone was bought last week and now I
> need to unlock it.
> Please if you are in any way involve with unlocking of Codes please
> kindly help a member out; below are the necessary information.
> Phone Details
> ==========
> Mobile number: 07796277530
> Phone Make: BlackBerry
> Model: Black Berry 9320
> IMEI Number: 354011053498969
> I would look forward hearing from you soon..
> Best Regards
> Demo
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