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How Do I Remove Content Lock On My T Mobile Dongle?

Content lock was produced as a result of the potential for under eighteens to be able to access inappropriate content on the web. It is an extremely sophisticated tool that will restrict sensitive material on the net and is automatically applied to all T-Mobile phones and USB dongles for no charge. It is a great option if you want to provide Internet access for a child. The content lock will block access to any web based content that is for over eighteen year olds or is not moderated. This could include information relating to Gambling, dating, adult. It will also block areas such as chat rooms and social networking sites. These are blocked as they are often immoderate. The good news is that content lock can be applied or removed at your preference. You just need to be over 18 to authorise the removal of the lock. There are a number of ways to remove the lock. To remove it, just visit a restricted site and it will ask you to enter your credit card details to verify your age. Alternatively, if you call 1818 from a T-Mobile phone, it can be removed. The other option is to go into a T-Mobile store and bring your contract and proof of age such as passport and they will remove it for you. More »
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How to Get Past a T-Mobile Content Lock.
1. Turn your T-Mobile phone on. 2. Dial 181818. 3. Follow the steps over the phone to confirm the user is over the age of 18 and is able to access restricted websites. 4. Go to the T-Mobile website. Log in. 5. Click "Phone" on the main login page. 6.  www.ehow.com
how do i remove content lock with t mobile
You may need to contact t-mobile and see if they are able to unlock your phone. They may have the ability to give you an unllock code that is entered into the device.  www.fixya.com
How can you bypass t mobile content lock?
Install Hotspot shield it allows you to get on youtube, Msn, and even torrents.  wiki.answers.com
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