Do you know how to activate your T-Mobile BlackBerry Pearl 8120? If you don't, do not worry. We have a step-by-step tutorial to have you talking and texting in no time.
Things you'll need:
- Personal information
- BlackBerry's SIM serial and IMEI numbers
- The first step to activate a T-Mobile BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is to determine if it is activated. If you bought your BlackBerry Pearl 8120 from a T-Mobile location or online, you will receive the device already activated. If you phone is not working when you try to make a call or text, contact T-Mobile technical support.
- If your BlackBerry Pearl is not activated, it is time to call T-Mobile's customer care. When you call customer care, they will gather personal information from you to activate your service. Information you may be required to give include your name, address and social security number. After getting this personal information from you, the representative will need to get information about your device.
- Before calling customer care, you should gather certain information about your BlackBerry Pearl 8120 in order to speed up the process. For a BlackBerry Pearl 8120, you will need to provide the T-Mobile customer care with the device's SIM serial number and IMEI number. You can locate the SIM serial number on the back of the BlackBerry Pearl's SIM card. The IMEI number can be located under the battery on the device.
After you have activated your T-Mobile service on your BlackBerry Pearl 8120, it may take up to 24 hours for your data services to work. Data services include email, texting and internet. You should be able to use your voice services within twenty minutes of activating the BlackBerry Pearl 8120.
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