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BerryReview Unlocking Store Redesigned – All BlackBerry 10 Codes Only $39

 BerryReview Unlocking Store

This month marks BerryReview’s 6th birthday which means you we have some nice updates planned along with a few contests. Some of you may have also noticed that we have soft-launched our redesigned BerryReview BlackBerry Unlocking Store two weeks ago and it has been running beautifully so far. The new unlock store offers up BlackBerry 10 unlock codes on ALL carriers for a flat cost of $39. Legacy OS 7.1 and older BlackBerry device unlock codes are still only $6. You can now also knock off another $2 of any unlock code order by mentioning us on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ when checking out. That is a pretty sweet deal!

So please head on over to the new BerryReview Unlocking Store and let us know what you think!

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  1. Just curious but in the states is it legal?

    • In the US, it is currently illegal to unlock using third-party.

      I bought 2 BB Z10 from a T-Mobile store at full price and waited 2 weeks to let the remorse period expire, called T-Mobile and without any hassle, they unlocked the phones for me. They emailed me the unlock codes within 24 hours.

      My phones are legally unlocked in the US. I can’t speak for other carrier unlocking procedures.

  2. This is a summary of the complicated situation.
    http://m.cnet.com/news/what-the-dmca-cell-phone-unlock-ban-means-to-you-faq/57572492?ds=1

    On the other hand practically all customers are trying to unlock cellphones from overseas where the carriers do not do it for you

  3. I was wondering if I should go for a locked device or not and was curious about the price. Seems like unlocking a BB10 device is pricey. I wonder why.

  4. What you managed to do was make your site even more irrelevant than it already was.

  5. CrackBerry is selling the same codes for $30…

    • That was just a one day sale they were running. Now most of their codes cost upwards of $45-$75. Hopefully we can help bring the prices down further.

      @Steve I think they are a little more than a troll if you know what I mean.

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