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Latest Video from the Rebel Simcard Team showing the unlocking of a locked iphone on the UK O2 Network being using on the latest iphone 3.0 OS beta 2

Great news for all users for iphone 3G users

Only a day after the release of the second iPhone 3.0 developer beta, the firmware has already been jailbroken, hackers claim. A new version of QuickPWN, described as “unofficial” because it is not based on iPhone Dev Team work, opens up iPhones and first-generation iPod touches for purposes such as file browsing and loading unofficial apps. Second-gen Touches are incompatible as a result of Apple’s separation of the firmware line.

After the main software is launched, the hack additionally requires the installation of programs called Icy and OpenSSH.

Download QuickPWN 3.0 Beta 2

Note: This is BETA software, and some jailbroken apps may not work.


iphone 3g unlock 3.0

We just got the announcement from the Rebel Simcard Developement Team  iPhone OS 3.0 beta 2 has been tested succesfully using Rebel Simcard V61

 

All users who have currently updated to the iphone 3g v3.0 beta 2 can still use the latestV61  firmware from us to unlock the iphone 3G .

This is a pre-release version of iPhone 3G OS 3.0. This is the original .IPSW file from Apple servers. This can be installed on any iPhone 3G but you need to have your iPhone registered to be able to sync with your PC/Mac via iTunes.

To Roll Back To older OS Version Please do the Following:

1. Open Up iTunes 
2. Have Your iPhone Connected To Your Computer
3. Hold Down The Power/Sleep Button And The Home Button For Exactly 10 Seconds. 
4. Then Release The Power/Sleep Button And Continue To Hold The Home Button Until iTunes Brings Up A Message Saying Your iPhone Is In DFU Mode. 
5. Click Ok Or Whatever It Is So That It Closes That Popup. 
6. Hold Shift Then Click Restore. 
7.Then Make sure You Have Downloaded the ISPW Firmware Called: iPhone1,2_2.2_5G77_Restore. (MAKE SURE ITS iPhone1,2_2.2_5G77_Restore AND NOT iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore CAUSE THAT FOR THE 2G IPHONE). 
8. Let It Restore Once Its Finished You Will Get An Error Thats Normal It Will Most Likely Be 1015 Or Something Like That. 
9. Download Quick Pwn 2.2.1. 
10. Then Open Up Quick Pwn With You iPhone Connected To Your PC And It will then Say That You Need To Hold The Power/Sleep Button And The Home button For Exactly 15 Seconds Then Release The Power/Sleep Button And Continue To Hold The Home Button For 2 Seconds. This will Then boot your iPhone To the Emergency Call screen. 
11.Open up iTunes And Let It Activate Your iPhone. 
12. Then Restore your iPhone From A Previous Backup If you Have One. 

Solution Point Limited the creators of Rebel Simcard have announced availablity of its Latest product aimed at enthusiasts and hobbiest to scan data communication between network simcard and mobile phones.

This is a tool kit to help scan network simcards so we can add support to the rebel sim for new network simcards that come out and continue to dominate the mobile phone simcard unlocking technology Industry.

This shows how serious we take our leadership of the simcard unlocking Field.

Also this toolkit can be used be the enginners of tomorrow to learn about APDU’s and scanning methods.

Scan APDU Commands From GSM/UMTS Simcards. Ideal To Learn more and to help us make rebel sim work on the newer phones that just released. Hardware Based APDU Sniffing for RS232 Packets.


Scan APDU Commands From GSM/UMTS Simcards for Analysis

Hardware Based APDU Sniffing for RS232 Packets.

All Software Required is here

Below you can find the direct links to the iPhone Firmware Files for every released firmware version. Please note that if you use Safari you must disable the auto unzip feature. It may be easier to just use Firefox!

1.0.0: iPhone1,1_1.0_1A543a_Restore.ipsw
1.0.1: iPhone1,1_1.0.1_1C25_Restore.ipsw
1.0.2: iPhone1,1_1.0.2_1C28_Restore.ipsw
1.1.1: iPhone1,1_1.1.1_3A109a_Restore.ipsw
1.1.2: iPhone1,1_1.1.2_3B48b_Restore.ipsw
1.1.3: iPhone1,1_1.1.3_4A93_Restore.ipsw
1.1.4: iPhone1,1_1.1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw
2.0.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw
2.0.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw
2.0.1 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
2.0.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore.ipsw
2.0.2 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.0.2_5C1_Restore.ipsw
2.0.2 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.0.2_5C1_Restore.ipsw
2.1.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.1_5F136_Restore.ipsw
2.1.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.1_5F136_Restore.ipsw
2.2.0 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw
2.2.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw
2.2.1 (2G): iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H1_Restore.ipsw
2.2.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw

These are instructions on how to jailbreak and Activate your 3G iPhone to the 2.1-2.2.1 iPhone firmware using QuickPwn for Windows.

We always advise to use itunes to Activate you iphone 3G.

However many users who have purchased an iphone 3G from another country and do not have the orignal network simcard cannot do this on itunes online.

This Tutorial can Activate a non activated iphone 3g and also can jailbreak using the same method.

Step One

Create a folder called Pwnage on your desktop.

Download the following files and place them in the Pwnage folder you just created:

QuickPwn-225-2.zip

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO UNLOCK:

2.2.0 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw

FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT WANT TO UNLOCK:

2.2.1 (3G): iPhone1,2_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw

Extract the QuickPwn-225-2.zip file to the Pwnage folder.

Step Two

Connect your iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes.

Select your iPhone from the list of devices on the left. Now hold down shift and click the Restore button. Restore is preferred as it won’t create any wasted space on your iPhone.

Navigate to the Pwnage folder on your desktop and select the firmware ipsw. Click the Open button to continue.

Step Three

Once iTunes has finished updating your iPhone to the desired firmware you may launch QuickPwn.exe from the Pwnage folder on your desktop.

Step Four

Make sure you iPhone is connected to the computer and click the blue arrow to continue.

Step Five

Click the Browse button to locate your iPhone firmware.

Step Six

Select the firmware ipsw from the Pwnage folder on your desktop then click the Open button.

Step Seven

QuickPwn will check to make sure the ipsw is valid. Click the blue arrow button to continue.

Step Eight

You can now select whether to Add Cydia, Add Installer, or Replace Boot Logos. Select the ones you would like to perform then click the clue arrow button

Step Nine

QuickPwn will now ask you to confirm your iPhone is connected via USB before continuing. Click the blue arrow button to proceed.

Step Ten

QuickPwn will now automatically put your iPhone into recovery mode. Once its in recovery mode you will be prompted to: Hold the Home button for 5 seconds, Hold the Home and Power buttons for 10 seconds, then release the Power button and continuing holding the Home button until your iPhone is in DFU mode.

Watch the prompts carefully and follow along.

Step Eleven

Once QuickPwn detects your iPhone in DFU mode it will begin the jailbreak process.

Step Twelve

Once jailbreaking is complete QuickPwn will inform you that it was successfull.

Hi all Rebellers

Great news

Our engineers have now cracked the now iphone 3g 2.2 Security.

Do not purchase a new unlocking simcard from other companies who would like to charge you £30.

Their is no need to buy a new one as the latest firmware of  rebel simcard which we are publishing tomorrow can be used on all existing rebel simcard using the rebel compact and full size programmers.

Both the versions of rebel simcard can be updated

Rebel simcard cut versions ok to update
Rebel simcard no cut version ok to update

We will email all of the existing 50 000    rebel simcard users worldwide over the the next couple of day to give the Good news that the download of the new firmware has been posted on the website.

Rebel Simcard Development Team
Solutions Point Limited

Happy Rebelling

Detailed below are the GPRS settings for various worldwide networks. You should note that we cannot guarantee the correctness or validity of the GPRS settings published below and therefore cannot guarantee that the GPRS settings below will work with your Nokia phone. It is also worth noting that many network require GPRS services to be activated on a phone account before GPRS services can be accessed via a mobile phone, therefore you should check with your network service provider to make sure that you have GPRS activated on your phone account before attempting to change GPRS settings on your  phone. 

 

Australia – 

Operator: – Optus

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.139.83.3, 192.65.91.129

 

Operator: – Telstra

GPRS APN: – telstra.internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 139.130.4.4, 203.50.170.2

 

Operator: – Three

GPRS APN: – 3netaccess

Username: – a

Password: – a

DNS: – 202.124.68.130, 202.124.76.66

 

Operator: – Vodafone

GPRS APN: – vfinternet.au

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 192.189.54.33, 210.80.58.3

Austria – 

Operator: – Connect Austria

GPRS APN: – web.one.at

Username: – {user specific}

Password: – {user specific}

DNS: – 194.24.128.100, 194.24.128.102

 

Operator: – Max Online

GPRS APN: – gprsinternet

Username: – GPRS

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.162.64.1, 213.162.64.2

 

Operator: – Max Online Business

GPRS APN: – business.gprsinternet

Username: – GPRS

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.162.64.1, 213.162.64.2

 

Operator: – Max Online Metro

GPRS APN: – gprsmetro

Username: – GPRS

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.162.64.1, 213.162.64.2

 

Operator: – Mobilkom A1

GPRS APN: – A1.net

Username: – gprs@a1plus.at

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.48.124.200, 194.48.139.254

 

Operator: – Tele.Ring

GPRS APN: – web

Username: – web@telering.at

Password: – web

DNS: – 212.95.31.11, 212.95.31.35

Belgium – 

Operator: – Mobistar

GPRS APN: – web.pro.be

Username: – mobistar

Password: – mobistar

DNS: – 212.65.63.10, 212.65.63.145

 

Operator: – Proximus

GPRS APN: – internet.proximus.be

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 195.238.2.21, 195.238.2.22

Canada – 

Operator: – Microcell

GPRS APN: – internet.fido.ca

Username: – fido

Password: – fido

DNS: – 204.92.15.211

Czech Republic – 

Operator: – Cesky Mobil (contract)

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.67.64.2

 

Operator: – Cesky Mobil (prepaid)

GPRS APN: – cinternet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.67.64.2

 

Operator: – Eurotel (contract)

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 160.218.10.200, 160.218.43.200

 

Operator: – Eurotel Go

GPRS APN: – gointernet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 160.218.10.201, 194.228.2.1

 

Operator: – Oscar (contract)

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 217.77.161.130, 217.77.161.131

 

Operator: – Oscar (Oskarta)

GPRS APN: – ointernet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 217.77.161.130, 217.77.161.131

 

Operator: – T-Mobile

GPRS APN: – internet.t-mobile.cz

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 62.141.0.1, 62.141.0.2

Denmark – 

Operator: – TDC

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 193.162.146.9, 193.162.153.31

 

Operator: – Sonofon

GPRS APN: – {blank}

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.88.64.14, 212.88.64.15

 

Operator: – Orange DK

GPRS APN: – web.orange.dk

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.97.206.131, 212.97.206.161

Estonia – 

Operator: – EMT

GPRS APN: – internet.emt.ee

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 217.71.33.200, 217.71.32.20

Finland – 

Operator: – Dna

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 217.78.192.78, 217.78.192.22

 

Operator: – Radiolinja

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.161.33.200, 193.185.210.10

 

Operator: – Sonera

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 192.89.123.230, 192.89.123.231

France – 

Operator: – Bouygues

GPRS APN: – ebouygtel.com

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 62.201.129.99, 62.201.159.99

 

Operator: – Bouygues (B2Bouygtel)

GPRS APN: – b2bouygtel.com

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 62.201.129.99

 

Operator: – SFR

GPRS APN: – websfr

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 172.20.2.10, 194.6.128.4

 

Operator: – Orange

GPRS APN: – orange.fr

Username: – orange

Password: – orange

DNS: – 194.051.003.056, 194.051.003.076

Germany – 

Operator: – D2 Vodafone

GPRS APN: – web.vodafone.de

Username: – {any}

Password: – {any}

DNS: – 139.7.30.125, 139.7.30.126

 

Operator: – E-Plus

GPRS APN: – internet.eplus.de

Username: – eplus

Password: – gprs

DNS: – 212.023.97.2, 212.23.97.3

 

Operator: – D1 T-Mobile

GPRS APN: – internet.t-d1.de

Username: – td1

Password: – gprs

DNS: – 193.254.160.1

 

Operator: – O2 (Viag Interkom)

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 195.182.096.28, 195.182.96.61

Greece – 

Operator: – Telestet

GPRS APN: – gnet.b-online.gr

Username: – {your phone number}

Password: – 24680

DNS: – 212.152.79.19, 212.152.79.20

 

Operator: – Vodafone GR

GPRS APN: – internet.vodafone.gr

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.249.17.10, 213.249.17.11

 

Operator: – Cosmote

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 195.167.065.194

Hongkong – 

Operator: – CSL

GPRS APN: – hkcsl or internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.84.255.1, 203.116.254.150

 

Operator: – SmarTone

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.140.96.51, 202.140.96.52

Hungary – 

Operator: – Pannon (contract)

GPRS APN: – net

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 193.225.155.254, 194.149.0.157

 

Operator: – Pannon (flat rate)

GPRS APN: – netx

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 193.225.155.254, 194.149.0.157

 

Operator: – Vodafone (prepaid)

GPRS APN: – vitamax.snet.internet.net

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 80.244.97.30, 80.244.96.1

 

Operator: – Vodafone (contract)

GPRS APN: – standardnet.vodafone.hu

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 80.244.97.30, 80.244.96.1

 

Operator: – Westel (contract)

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {user specific}

Password: – {user specific}

DNS: – 194.176.224.3, 194.176.224.1

India – 

Operator: – BPL

GPRS APN: – bplgprs.com

Username: – bplmobile

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.169.145.34, 202.169.129.40

 

Operator: – Orange

GPRS APN: – portalnmms

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 10.11.206.51, 10.11.206.50

Indonesia – 

Operator: – Indosat

GPRS APN: – satelindogprs.com

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.152.162.66, 202.152.162.67

Ireland – 

Operator: – O2 (contract)

GPRS APN: – open.internet

Username: – gprs

Password: – gprs

DNS: – 62.40.32.33, 62.40.32.34

 

Operator: – O2 (prepaid)

GPRS APN: – pp.internet

Username: – gprs

Password: – gprs

DNS: – 62.40.32.33, 62.40.32.34

Israel – 

Operator: – MTC-Vodafone

GPRS APN: – apn01

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 10.10.10.30

Italy – 

Operator: – BLU Contratto

GPRS APN: – INTERNET

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.17.192.49, 212.17.192.49

 

Operator: – BLU Prepagata

GPRS APN: – PINTERNET

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.17.192.49, 212.17.192.49

 

Operator: – Vodafone Omnitel

GPRS APN: – web.omnitel.it

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.185.97.134

 

Operator: – TIM

GPRS APN: – uni.tim.it

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.230.155.94, 213.230.130.222

 

Operator: – Wind

GPRS APN: – internet.wind

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.245.255.2

Lithuania – 

Operator: – Bite GSM

GPRS APN: – banga

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.226.131.131, 193.219.32.13

 

Operator: – Omnitel Lithuania

GPRS APN: – gprs.omnitel.net

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.176.32.129, 195.22.175.1

Luxembourg – 

Operator: – LUXGSM

GPRS APN: – web.pt.lu

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.154.192.101, 194.154.192.102

Netherlands – 

Operator: – KPN Mobile

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 62.133.126.28, 62.133.126.29

 

Operator: – T-Mobile

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – t-mobile

Password: – t-mobile

DNS: – 193.79.237.39, 193.79.242.39

Malaysia – 

Operator: – DIGI

GPRS APN: – diginet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 203.92.128.131, 203.92.128.132

 

Operator: – Maxis

GPRS APN: – internet.gprs.maxis

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.75.129.101, 10.216.4.21

 

Operator: – Timecel

GPRS APN: – timenet.com.my

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 203.121.16.85, 203.121.16.120

 

Operator: – TM Touch

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.188.0.133

Norway – 

Operator: – Netcom

GPRS APN: – internet.netcom.no

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.45.118.43, 212.45.118.44

Poland – 

Operator: – ERA

GPRS APN: – erainternet

Username: – erainternet

Password: – erainternet

DNS: – 213.158.194.1

 

Operator: – Idea

GPRS APN: – http://www.idea.pl

Username: – idea

Password: – idea

DNS: – 194.9.223.79, 194.204.159.1

 

Operator: – Plus GSM/Polkomtel

GPRS APN: – http://www.plusgsm.pl

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.2.96.51, 212.2.96.52

Philippines – 

Operator: – Globe

GPRS APN: – http://www.globe.com.ph

Username: – globe

Password: – globe

DNS: – 203.127.225.10, 203.127.225.11

 

Operator: – Smart

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.57.96.3, 202.57.96.4

Portugal – 

Operator: – Optimus

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.79.69.129

 

Operator: – TMN

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.65.3.20, 194.65.3.21

 

Operator: – Vodafone (Telcel)

GPRS APN: – internet.vodafone.pt

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.18.160.133, 212.18.160.134

Russia – 

Operator: – BeeLine

GPRS APN: – internet.beeline.ru

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 194.190.195.66, 194.190.192.34

 

Operator: – MTS

GPRS APN: – internet.mts.ru

Username: – mts

Password: – mts

DNS: – 213.87.0.1, 213.87.1.1

Serbia-Montenegro – 

Operator: – Mobtel Srbija

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – mobtel

Password: – gprs

DNS: – 217.65.192.1

 

Operator: – Telekom Srbija

GPRS APN: – gprsinternet

Username: – mts

Password: – 064

DNS: – 195.178.38.3

Singapore – 

Operator: – M1

GPRS APN: – mobilenet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.79.64.21, 202.79.64.26

 

Operator: – SingTel

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 165.21.100.88, 165.21.83.88

 

Operator: – Starhub

GPRS APN: – shwapint

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 203.116.1.78, 203.116.254.150

Slovenia – 

Operator: – Mobitel

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 193.189.160.11, 193.189.160.12

 

Operator: – Si.mobil

GPRS APN: – internet.si.mobil

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 80.95.225.230, 80.95.225.231

Spain – 

Operator: – Amena

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – CLIENTE

Password: – AMENA

DNS: – 213.143.33.8, 213.143.32.20

 

Operator: – Telefonica (Movistar)

GPRS APN: – movistar.es

Username: – movistar

Password: – movistar

DNS: – 194.179.001.100, 194.179.001.101

 

Operator: – Vodafone (Airtel)

GPRS APN: – airtelnet.es

Username: – vodafone

Password: – vodafone

DNS: – 212.73.32.3, 212.73.32.67

Switzerland – 

Operator: – Orange

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 213.55.128.1, 213.55.128.2

 

Operator: – Sunrise

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – internet

Password: – internet

DNS: – 212.35.35.35, 212.35.35.5

 

Operator: – Swisscom

GPRS APN: – gprs.swisscom.ch

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 164.128.36.34, 164.128.76.39

Taiwan – 

Operator: – Chunghwa Telekom

GPRS APN: – emome or internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 10.1.1.1

 

Operator: – Far EasTone

GPRS APN: – fetnet01

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 210.241.199.199

Thailand – 

Operator: – AIS

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 202.183.255.20, 202.183.255.21

 

Operator: – DTAC

GPRS APN: – http://www.dtac.co.th

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 203.155.33.1, 203.44.144.33

Turkey – 

Operator: – Aria

GPRS APN: – aycell

Username: – {user specific}

Password: – {user specific}

DNS: – 212.156.4.1, 212.156.4.4

 

Operator: – Turkcell

GPRS APN: – internet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.252.168.240, 212.252.119.4

UK – 

Operator: – BT Mobile

GPRS APN: – btmobile.bt.com

Username: – bt

Password: – bt

Gateway IP: – 212.183.137.12

 

Operator: – Jersey Telecom

GPRS APN: – pepper

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.9.0.135, 212.9.0.135

 

Operator: – O2 UK (contract)

GPRS APN: – wap.o2.co.uk

Username: – o2wap

Password: – password

Gateway IP: – 193.113.200.195

 

Operator: – O2 UK (pre-pay)

GPRS APN: – payandgo.o2.co.uk

Username: – payandgo

Password: – password

Gateway IP: – 193.113.200.195

 

Operator: – Orange UK

GPRS APN: – orangeinternet

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

Gateway IP: – 192.168.71.35

 

Operator: – T-Mobile

GPRS APN: – general.t-mobile.uk

Username: – user

Password: – wap

Gateway IP: – 149.254.1.10

 

Operator: – Tesco Mobile

GPRS APN: – prepay.tesco-mobile.com

Username: – tescowap

Password: – password

Gateway IP: – 193.113.200.195

 

Operator: – Virgin Mobile

GPRS APN: – goto.virginmobile.uk

Username: – user

Password: – {blank}

Gateway IP: – 193.30.166.3

 

Operator: – Vodafone (Contract)

GPRS APN: – wap.vodafone.co.uk

Username: – wap

Password: – wap

Gateway IP: – 212.183.137.12

 

Operator: – Vodafone (pre-pay)

GPRS APN: – pp.vodafone.co.uk

Username: – wap

Password: – wap

Gateway IP: – 212.183.137.12

USA – 

Operator: – Cingular

GPRS APN: – isp.cingular

Username: – ISPDA@CINGULARGPRS.COM

Password: – CINGULAR1

DNS: – 66.209.10.201, 66.209.10.202

 

Operator: – T-Mobile (Internet)

GPRS APN: – internet2.voicestream.com

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 216.155.175.105, 216.155.175.106

Solutions Point Limited, UK today introduces its flagship product, Rebel Sim card which can bypass network locks on all mobile phones.

Rebel Sim card has been released today by Solutions Point Limited, UK, they claim this product to be in the line of those smart technological solutions who will bring a revolution in the mobile phone unlocking industry, it would revolutionarise the way people use their mobile phones, by bringing in options which were not possible before.

Rebel Sim card can bypass network locks on almost all phones available in the market till date, and it would also support 95% of upcoming phone models out of the box, without making any changes to Rebel Sim card.

Rebel Sim card is used in parallel to the existing sim card as its only 0.10mm thick, therefore can be inserted along with existing simcard in any of the mobile phones available throughout the world.
It can also be removed easily, without causing any damage to the phone and the phone does not lose its warranty!

Rebel Simcard is the World’s first sim card which is fully compatible with UMTS technologies, which means users will get the same quality of service as they would get with a fully unlocked phone.

Rebel Sim card is transparent to the mobile phone, it does not interrupt in any of the existing features the simcard or the mobile phone has to offer either it be emails, Wifi, Bluetooth, 3G, GPS or any other service, rather it enhances the existing features with its proprietary menu which gives the user a whole lot of control over how Rebel Sim card functions for a particular mobile phone.

Rebel Sim card is backed up by experienced and highly skilled development team along with hundreds of beta testers throughout the world, who test Rebel Sim card on almost any new phone which is released in any part of the world.

Rebel Sim card also has a STK menu, Apart from giving better control to the end user on the Rebel Simcard features, This menu enables it to run high security applications like banking services, transactions etc, moreover it enhances the existing network simcard by adding more features to it, like Value Added Services, Telecom applications, Logos, Ringtones etc. This makes it a one and only choice for MVNO’s who are trying to discover new lands and increase their market share.

However the technology behind bypassing of network locks on a mobile phone looks rather complex and is no way a game of a common man, but by bringing the ease of use and simplicity Rebel Sim card provides to unlock a mobile phone to common people who know nothing about this technology, depicts a fine example, how difficult things can be made so simple by people who are behind such technologies and are working hard and writing new rules of the game