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10-19-2012 10:33 AM
my phone has been really random today, it locked me out said sim card rejected, came up with ee at the top instead of orange and said that i require a network mep code to unlock it?
10-19-2012 12:02 PM
Hi, you can read this guide for BlackBerry unlocking, that should answer your qustion about MEP code: http://www.fastgsm.com/en/page/how-to-unlock-black
10-19-2012 12:28 PM
EE is the new branding of Everything Everywhere, the company made from the merger of t-mobile and orange.
It may be worth giving your carrier a call - if you have not put a new sim card in your phone and it is asking for a MEP code then their may have been an issue with some new settings pushed down to your sim card that force the phone to see the sim card as from a different carrier.