If for some reason you need to unlock you Blackberry Storm and use it on a GSM network instead of Verizon’s CDMA, here’s a video showing you how to do it. Of course, the video will point you to a site where you can pay for an unlock code. OR you can also call up Verizon and ask them for the unlock code! (It might take a bit longer but it’s free that way.)
Unlocking for Sprint Blackberry and other recent Blackberries should be similar.
For those of you with Verizon phones, you are in luck as South Korea is pretty much 100% CDMA-based. GSM phones like anything from AT&T and T-Mobile won’t work in South Korea no matter what they say unless you have a “world” phone that supports CDMA along with GSM.
To use your Verizon phone in South Korea, you will want to make sure you have the “International Dialing” feature in your plan, make sure you have it.
Second, you need to dial *228 on your Verizon phone and press 2 to obtain updated PRL prior to traveling to Korea! !MOST IMPORTAN
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