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Philippine iPhone? August 15, 2007

Posted by reverseengineer in Apple Inc., Hacks, Hardware, iPhone.
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Someone’s got an iPhone working in the Philippines – working, as in getting calls and texts, apparently using that SuperSIM hack mentioned here previously.

User dubeditions from the Philippine Mac Users Group (PhilMUG) claimed on a thread on the forum today to be able to use an 8GB iPhone with local provider Globe Telecom, using a written-over blank SIM using a method initially made known and available in Europe.

If this is at all true, Apple can expect a renewed wave of new phone purchases from folk all over the world, with Jobs being the winner and AT&T ending up, once more, S.O.L.

(Photo from PhilMUG.)

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1. J2me Blog » Blog Archiv » Philippine iPhone? - August 15, 2007

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2. Dennis - September 5, 2007

can you please tell me the email of dubedition

3. Allan - September 25, 2007

drumsinthejungle at gmail dot com.
we have the iphone working with all providers, smart globe and sun.


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