Since the BlackBerry Z10 went on sale yesterday in Canada, the CrackBerry forums and twitter have been a buzz with questions on if and how the Z10 can be unlocked. Unlocking your BlackBerry from its native carrier allows you to use a SIM card from another carrier in it. This is especially handy when traveling - instead of roaming you can pick up local SIM cards. In the case of the Z10, there is a different sense of urgency going on. With the Z10 not coming to the US until March, a lot of eager BlackBerry fans in the US are looking to pick up a Canadian Z10, unlock it, and then use it on their local US-based carrier.
When we picked up our Rogers and Telus Z10s yesterday, we immediately tried to unlock them and found the standard third party "instant method" of unlocking wouldn't work. It took our unlocking partner a little time to get it all sorted, but we're now up and running! You can now get your BlackBerry Z10 unlock codes for Rogers, Bell, Telus, Fido, Virgin Mobile and Koodo from our CrackBerry Unlocking store at crackberryunlocking.com/blackberry-10. The cost of these unlocks is more than the standard instant unlock, but if you want to unlock your Z10 asap, it's the unlocking store you can trust.
If you're in need of an unlock code you can obtain one from the link below. For instructions on how to unlock your phone, watch the video above where I unlock my Rogers Z10. For written instructions, pricing and more details on unlocking, keep reading below.
Unlock your Canadian BlackBerry Z10 at CrackBerry Unlocking
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