Unlock BlackBerry free

Unlock BlackBerry free

by handy giff-staffer victoriatagg on ‎27-02-2012 09:14 - last edited on ‎23-12-2014 22:53 by zobia22 (22,987 Views)

Have you got a BlackBerry? Is it locked to one Network? Well thanks to one of our unlocking partners, you can now unlock your BlackBerry for free!


As you know last year we started to provide BlackBerry Services for just £3 extra alongside your goodybag but the majority of BlackBerry handsets are locked to one network so you need to get them unlocked.


How to unlock a Blackberry


Unlocks.co.uk are now offering giffgaff customers the opportunity to unlock their BlackBerry handsets for free – the service will return an unlock code within 3-5 days with the free service or for £3.99 within 15 minutes to 24 hours.


About Unlocks.co.uk


  • 100% Free Unlocking
  • All Models Supported
  • No Strings Attached


To unlock other phones, visit Unlockapedia.


To unlock your BlackBerry using unlocks.co.uk you will need your IMEI number and PRD number which can be found on the sticker located under the battery.


Good luck and if you have any questions, or need help, remember you can ask the Community.


There are also some free unlocking calculators for BlackBerrys online, for which you’ll need an MEP ID and your IMEI - follow the below video guide, or take a look here.  Some of these online calculators cannot provide codes for newer BlackBerry models, so make sure you don’t exceed your number of ‘tries’ to enter the code.




by rhinoman
‎07-03-2012 22:28 - edited ‎07-03-2012 22:28

Brilliant to have a service like this available, only I came up with a problem when I clicked to download MEP.exe. My perimeter firewall says that it's infected with TR/Banker.Banker.bayq. Running it through VirusTotal has 21 of 40 tools identitfy it as nasty so I'm guessing that it's a false positive, but it's still a little worrying.


VirusTotal scan


by rhinoman
on ‎08-03-2012 11:27
Following on from this, I tried downloading the file at work this morning (where the AV setup is different). AVG immediately identified it as HackTool.NZN (http://www.avgthreatlabs.com/webthreats/info/hacktool.nzn/). So I think this is not a false positive, but the file is infected I'm afraid I'd have to say that you should be wary of using a site that hosts an infected file that it recommends you should run. I'd go elsewhere for my BlackBerry unlock code.
by freemyberry
on ‎08-03-2012 12:12

@rhinoman - I will be looking into this but I can assure you the BlackBerry Logger is not a virus of any sort, we will also be updating our website so no software is required


Stay Tuned Smiley Happy

by mattnash
on ‎06-04-2012 10:06



Did you get an answer to this - it came up with the same virus warning message for hacktool.nz when I tried to access the Blackberry Logger.





by ryz1620
on ‎05-06-2012 19:30
Brilliant, will definitely come in handy at some point Smiley Very Happy
by kayl3
on ‎18-12-2012 15:39
omg help i need an mep number to unlock my phone how do i get it?
by anthonyfudge23
on ‎15-01-2013 13:44

hope this really works as im buying a blackberry later and its on vodafone so fingers crossed

by gizmo0492
on ‎15-01-2013 19:35
Can someone post a link to the freemyberry website please as i am havein difficulty finding it thanks
by unlockscouk
‎06-03-2013 07:47 - edited ‎06-03-2013 07:48



I just wanted to clarify that the MEP information is NOT required and you do NOT need to download any software to obtain a free unlock code from Unlocks.Co.Uk! We require only the IMEI and PRD information which can be obtained from the information label located under the phone battery.






by hitenmistry99
on ‎23-05-2013 19:05

Why dont i get a code from bbunlocks im trying to join giffgaff but it is not letting me

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