Unlock your BlackBerry Torch 9810 now! Below are some basic recommendations to unlock your BlackBerry Torch 9810.

1.) Insert any SIM card into your telephone
2.) Go to possibilities — system — state-of-the-art program options – SIM card
3.) Variety in MEPD
4.) Variety in MEP [alt] 2
five.) Enter in your unlock code offered by Cellfservices.com. This code can be bought at http://www.cellfservices.com/retail store/unlock-blackberry-torch-9810.html
six.) Press Enter

Or, immediately after getting your unlock code at http://www.cellfservices.com/retail store/unlock-blackberry-torch-9810.html you can stick to these phase by phase recommendations to unlock your BlackBerry telephone locked to the AT&T, Rogers, Bell, Telus, Virgin Cellular, Vodafone, T-mobile, Orange, Digicel, or any other Globally Carrier. All other BlackBerry unlock codes can be located at http://www.cellfservices.com/retail store/blackberry-unlocking-codes/ . More than 800 network carriers are supported including the preferred types these as AT&T, Rogers, Bell, Telus, Virgin Cellular, Vodafone, T-mobile, Orange, Digicel and all other Globally wi-fi network Carriers.

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19 thoughts on “How to Unlock a BlackBerry Torch 9810 with unlock Code — AT&T, Rogers, Bell, Telus + A lot more

  1. Hi, Thinking of buying a sim-free Blackberry Torch 9810 on Amazon.co.uk. It's sold by Amazon, so it's a brand new phone. Just concerned it won't work, won't charge, will only work in UK, or I can't install a sim card for Irish network. Would you think there'd be any reason for concern? Tried to contact Blackberry. Phone permanently engaged. No email address either. My network said the main worry is the phone would be locked. I've used an unblocked phone before and it never worked right. 

  2. @cellfservices well now it doesnt ask for a code, but it still doesnt read my SIM. And on the Simple mobile site it has a blackberry plan, could my problem be because i have a regular plan?

  3. @cellfservices sorry i meant it is UNLOCKED or at least thats what the guy who sold me it said, I have 2 sim cards one airvoice (which work) and simple mobile (asks for a code). 

  4. @cellfservices how much will it cost? and my black berry is already locked. I have 2 sim cards one works perfectly but when ever i put in the other one it asks me for a code!. Shouldnt i be able to use as many sim cards as i want? or do i have to unlock it everytime i get a different sim?

  5. does this work on the $50 at&t torch 9810, cuz actually someone is gonna buy it for me from canada and i'll be using it with vodafone egypt so i wanted to make sure first before he goes and make the purchase

  6. @cellfservices Making a little research I found devices on Mercadolibre (something like ebay) at very attractive prices, but some of them (with the lower costs) specified "No active PIN" which means no data transmission, only calls with any carrier.

  7. @cellfservices OK, I'm just asking because, well, I'm from Mexico, and Blackberrys are extremely expensive here, whit any carrier. At this moment I own a BB 9300 with and unlimited data plan, but I've always wanted a BB Torch (around $800 here) 

  8. Do you know if this code makes the phone fully functional??? Cause I've seen some Blackberry devices that claim to be "unlocked" but they work only with phone calls, no data transmission, BBM, Mail, Facebook, strimming etc… merely a call receiver and transmitter. I don't want to buy an expensive phone, buy the code and then just realize that I wasted my money.

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