SIMable 3G phone unlocking

A company called SIMable has produced a little chip that they call the “10-second solution” for unlocking carrier-tethered GSM handsets. The gimmick is that, instead of unlocking the phone itself—and risking invalidation of your warranty— the chip works on the SIM card, provided—in certain cases—you punch a hole in the SIM.

Yes, I said “punch a hole.” The SIMable card lies flat against the SIM, and for certain 3G phones including the 8GB Nokia N95, Nokia E51, Sony Ericsson W200 and others to maintain “full 3G functionality,” you first have to perform the following surgical procedure: (link)

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