SIMable unlocks 3G iPhone, Blackberry Bold

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SIMable unlocks 3G iPhone, Blackberry Bold

The much-hyped SIMable handset unlocking chip developed in the UK has been expanded to unlock equally hyped smartphone offerings from Apple and RIM.

Introduced to the market in April this year by UK company 24/7 Mobile Solutions, it is claimed that SIMable can be installed and working in a network locked handset ‘in a matter of seconds’.

SIMable works by pressing out a tiny hole in the user’s SIM card, using a customised manufactured cutting press that comes with each US$29 unit.

The user then aligns SIMable and the SIM and inserts them together into the handset.

SIMable claims that because the system requires no handset interference, the full manufacturer’s guarantee remains intact.

When SIMable is removed from the handset, the unit reverts back to its original locked state, the company said in a statement.
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