Thursday, September 24, 2020

Get SIM Lock Removed From Any NTT DOCOMO Wireless Device

NTT DOCOMO, INC has outrageously announced the removal of SIM lock capability from any of DOCOMO wireless device launched in the telecom industry after April 1, 2011.  This decision took place in TOKYO, JAPAN, on March 11, 2011.

The new innovation proves DOCOMO’s vision to meet the customer’s desire. People want to use the unlocked wireless devices on other operators’ mobile networks by merely switching their SIM cards. As it is possible via DOCOMO handset used as a local device overseas. You just need to pay 3,150 yen (tax included) in order to avail this unlocking facility. The process is very easy and simple. The customer must take the device to any DOCOMO shop in Japan and need to sign a wavier acknowledging conforming that recommended features and services of the device and network might be disabled whenever another operator’s SIM card is used.

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Also from April 1, DOCOMO SIM cards (“FOMA? cards”) and micro SIM cards (“docomo mini UIM cards”) will become available on a subscription basis for people who wish to use a non-DOCOMO device on the DOCOMO mobile network or a different SIM card in their DOCOMO device. The customers will not be charged for the cards other than the subscription fee. Anyone who is interested to have a SIM card must go to a docomo Shop with their mobile device. Certain non-DOCOMO unlocked devices may not operate with a DOCOMO SIM card and vice versa. Basic compatibility can be confirmed when people visit any docomo Shop.

Press Release:

TOKYO, JAPAN, March 11, 2011 — NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced today that customers may request to have the SIM lock capability removed in principle from any DOCOMO wireless device newly marketed on or after April 1, 2011.

The decision reflects DOCOMO’s desire to meet the needs of customers who want to use unlocked wireless devices on other operators’ mobile networks by simply switching SIM cards, such as using a DOCOMO handset as a local device overseas.

To have SIM lock removed, the customer must take their device to any docomo Shop in Japan and sign a waiver acknowledging that certain services and features of the device and network might be disabled when another operator’s SIM card is used. The unlocking fee is 3,150 yen (tax included).

Also from April 1, DOCOMO SIM cards (“FOMA? cards”) and micro SIM cards (“docomo mini UIM cards”) will become available on a subscription basis for people who wish to use a non-DOCOMO device on the DOCOMO mobile network or a different SIM card in their DOCOMO device. The cards will be free and customers will pay normal subscriber fees. People wishing to obtain a SIM card also must visit a docomo Shop with their mobile device.

DOCOMO devices may not operate with certain non-DOCOMO SIM cards even after SIM-lock removal, and certain non-DOCOMO unlocked devices may not operate with a DOCOMO SIM card. Basic compatibility can be confirmed when people visit any docomo Shop.

About NTT DOCOMO NTT DOCOMO is the world’s leading mobile operator and provider of advanced mobile services. The company serves over 57 million customers in Japan, including 48 million using i-mode?, the world’s most popular mobile e-mail/Internet platform, and 55 million using FOMA?, the world’s original 3G mobile service based on W-CDMA. As a leader in the development of cutting-edge mobile technologies, DOCOMO is continually expanding the role of mobile phones as versatile and highly personalized “lifestyle tools” for everyday life, including with a wide range of innovative services for mobile payments, GPS, mobile TV, multimedia content and much more. NTT DOCOMO is listed on the Tokyo (9437), London (NDCM) and New York (DCM) stock exchanges. For more information, visitwww.nttdocomo.com.

[ VIA : Mobileburn ]

 

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