1. eyyaz's Avatar
    So what exactly is going on with this method now?

    Has it been patched or will wireless be doing some more in the future?
    2011-04-22 01:45 AM
  2. Simonsezwut's Avatar
    Don't know about 112, I do know about 911 calls. Regardless if you ring the number, it still registers as an abandoned call. We see your phone number, we see your location. You will be found out eventually.

    Besides police don't generally dispatch/call take (unless they are in some little mountain town with a population of 50), they're out on the street. They don't know how to operate the equipment in dispatch let alone know the procedures that are followed there. Seems to me like you are a salesman for this SIM and have something to benefit by tricking more people into buying it.

    The end. + You are off topic.
    "The end" huh? You're a regular hit and run kind of guy... must work for MuscleNerd.

    If you think it was off topic, you shouldn't have responded. That's how things take on a life of their own...

    It was relevent and related... and rude to try to censor a poster...
    2011-04-22 01:55 AM
  3. exNavy's Avatar
    Mmm hmm.
    Hmm...
    2011-04-22 02:58 AM
  4. Cowboy's Avatar
    Well I still havent got my refund from the cutyoursim guy. He seems to be having issues refunding people who payed with google checkout.
    Thats a good idea
    2011-04-22 03:52 AM
  5. Stray's Avatar
    How is it a good idea?
    2011-04-22 03:53 AM
  6. Simon's Avatar
    2011-04-22 03:54 AM
  7. Cowboy's Avatar
    +1 huh?
    As in a good idea of making some bs up and scamming
    2011-04-22 03:57 AM
  8. Simon's Avatar
    Pretty sure not a scammer. But he is having trouble with google checkout. it's cool though, I can always get Amex to cancel the charges if he wants to play around.
    2011-04-22 04:04 AM
  9. Cowboy's Avatar
    No from what i understand its a pretty good process for them to get the money back from the distributor. So it can take a bit
    2011-04-22 04:07 AM
  10. Simon's Avatar
    Well cutyoursim had his google account closed (probably because he had so many people requesting refunds at the same time) so that put a wrench in it all. Should be cleared up by monday though.
    2011-04-22 04:11 AM
  11. Cowboy's Avatar
    Thats good
    2011-04-22 04:11 AM
  12. Jay316's Avatar
    I think CutYourSim is a dead option now, however Twitter is full of rumours that some companies will be back up and running next week. If so I'm going with Negri Electronics
    16GB iPhone 4
    160GB Black iPod Classic

    Sold
    16GB iPhone 3GS
    60GB iPod Classic
    80GB iPod Classic

    Broke
    120GB iPod Classic
    16GB iPhone
    2011-04-22 10:42 AM
  13. psx0529's Avatar
    So any news if it will definitely be back up?

    I really want to have my iPhone unlocked (and I want a better way than the Gevey SIM...) and I wanted to use this method, prior to it being closed (or temporarily unavailable, whatever it is).

    Thanks all!
    2011-04-22 02:23 PM
  14. md328ci's Avatar
    Hi. I got my refund from Wireless today. It took a couple days, but he is an honest guy.
    2011-04-23 09:46 AM
  15. Stray's Avatar
    Yup he was
    2011-04-23 09:56 AM
  16. K8L's Avatar
    Yup he was
    Yes he IS.


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    "Now... Let's go synthesize some LSD!" Dr Walter Bishop (Fringe)
    2011-04-23 10:23 AM
  17. Stray's Avatar
    My bad he is for sure
    2011-04-23 10:23 AM
  18. giyang's Avatar
    glad got my idevice unlocked last week.

    why was it discontinued?
    2011-04-23 12:37 PM
  19. Zama_janana's Avatar
    No remedy for blacklist iPhones , right ??
    2011-04-23 01:01 PM
  20. douflag's Avatar
    No remedy for blacklist iPhones , right ??
    So you did purchase a stolen phone? Obviously you couldn't have known. Maybe you could try returning it to the dealer and getting your money back.

    As far as being blacklisted, I think that only applies to the network where the phone is blacklisted. I don't think it applies to other networks. However, if the the network you're on is an affiliate of the network where the phone was blacklisted, then you would have some issues. For example, in the US, you could probably use the phone on T-Mobile but not on AT&T if the phone belonged to AT&T. Also, you wouldn't be able to use the phone on H2O wireless because they use the same GSM network as AT&T.
    2011-04-23 03:50 PM
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