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How to unlock your Sagem my220v - Using the unlocking codes


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Help & How ?

What is needed?

To unlock your my220v from it's current network you need an 'unlocking code' that is unique to your mobile.

On correctly entering this code your phone will be unrestricted and allow you to use any mobile network in any country.

We can supply you with this unlocking code, for more info, please click the green 'Order ...' bar to the right to reveal the list of networks.

How to enter the unlock code.

We aim to provide accurate instructions with every unlocking code and continually review them for accuracy.Please bare in mind, some menus you need to access were originally intended for phone engineers, hence they may seem a little strange.

Please have a look at our FAQ's for more help & see just some of the benefits to unlocking your mobile.

Please read these instructions thoroughly before you try to enter the unlock code.

There maybe more than one option available to unlock your my220v and on some occasions you may need to enter more than one code.

Unlocking instructions

Order Network Unlocking Now - Click Here
Below is a list of United Kingdom networks we can unlock your Sagem my220v from.
To order your network unlock online now, click the link next to the appropriate mobile network your
phone is currently locked to.
  Networks  Price  Approx Delivery  
   Unlock Sagem my220v from Orange$38.3210 daysOrder  
   Unlock Sagem my220v from Vodafone$33.035 daysOrder  

Sagem my220v

How to enter the Unlocking Code for a Sagem Model phone

Sagem Models

1. Turn on your phone with a SIM card that's not from the original network, IE not locked to
2. The phone should show the message 'SIM VERROU'
3. You can now enter the Unlock Code provided.
4. The phone should now be unlocked.


If you see the message 'CODE POSTE', it's because the phone has a personal Security Code enabled (IE a PIN)
By default it's usually 0 0 0 0 or 1 2 3 4, but alas this could be anything as it's user created.