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

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 .

Where To Download iPhone Firmware Files From

On January 29, 2009, in iPhone 2.2.1, by Rebel SimCard

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

Apple iphone 3G 2.2 update information for rebel simcard users worldwide

It is advisable not to update to the Apple’s new firmware v2.2 with iPhone 3G, as the security has been enhanced hence stopping every single ‘Simcard Unlocking Technique’ to work throughout the world.

What to do if you have already updated the iphone 3G to 2.2 ?

iPhone 3G users who have already updated to the new firmware 2.2 using iTunes can still use rebel simcard with limited options till a new vertion is released very SOON

For other Simcard Unlocking Users who are using other brand unlocking simcard are now locked out thier is no other option available .

Please note that Rebel Simcard can still work as is the most advanced unlocking simcard in the world beacuse it has in built modes and can adapt by changing modes and also the firmware can be updated by users using a USB simcard reader and PC.

to see a video on how to update rebel firmware please see

http://rebelsimcard.com/virtu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5&Itemid=5

We here at Rebel, Sell Fully Upgradable and Reprogrammable Simcards so that users dont loose their hard earned money after an update is released by Apple like the 2.2 that has locked out all users other than rebel simcard users.

It is advisable to only purchase a unlocking simcard which has firmware upgradeable option like Rebel SimCard.

We always work on an update to make rebel simcard work in new versions of apple iphone 3g firmware.

An Update is coming soon for all rebel simcard users and if you dont already have a usb programmer to update the rebel simcard we advise to order now so that you can update your rebel simcard firmware in the very near future to allow you iphone 3g to functions with your favourite network operator simcard.

To purchase a usb programmer use please use this link

http://rebelsimcard.com/virtu/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&page=shop.browse&category_id=8&Itemid=5

Users who already have purchased a programmer will be emailed when the next rebel simcard update is relased very soon.

What to do now?

Users who have by mistake updated to version 2.2 via itunes (that means their iPhone Baseband has been updated with much higher security) can still use Rebel Simcard to work in 2G mode enabling them to make and receive calls with 3g mode set to off.

follow the intructions here for using a simcard in 2G mode with iphone 3g

http://rebelsimcard.com/virtu/images/documents/product-usage-guide.pdf

How to use rebel simcard if you have already updated to 2.2 accidently?

Rebel Simcard has again been Worlds First to provide any kind of solution with the newer 2.2 iphone 3g update in the world.

All other unlocking simcards are locked out totally and network signal does not stay. Only with Rebel Simcard one can change mode to 1 can still work for 2g calls and soon use all full 3g and data when we release our new update.

How to change mode of rebel simcard to 1 to use with 2.2

Best to use a any model nokia for fastest way to change the mode and follow the same method as in video below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcsCt4YPpSI&eurl

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your 3G iPhone to the 2.1 iPhone firmware using QuickPwn for Windows. Before beginning make sure you have updated to iTunes 8.

Please follow the tutorial here at the iClarified.

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your 2.0.x 3G iPhone using WinPwn 2.5 for Windows. They have been updated for iPhone firmware 2.0.2.

Please follow the tutorial here at the iClarified.
Your iPhone will now be restored to the jailbroken 2.0.x firmware of your choice!

iPhone 3G Real Unlock

On November 3, 2008, in unlock iphone 3G v2.0, by Rebel SimCard

The new iPhone 3G cannot be unlocked by any software solution till date.
All websites claiming to have a solution are scam, We advise all users to be careful.

The only solution in the world to unlock iPhone 3G is Rebel Simcard.
Because Rebel Simcard goes along with your network simcard into you iPhone 3G and
bypasses the network locks without doing any firmware modification.

Here is a complete manual on how to unlock your iPhone 3G.

First you would need to identify that your iPhone 3G is in what state as of now.

There are only 2 possible states as of now.
Switch on your iPhone 3G.
1. State 1 : You can see itunes logo along with a usb cable, and a slide button showing “Slide for emergency”.
If you slide the bar then a keypad appears.
If this is the case your Phone is not activated, and you will have to activate your phone before you can unlock it.

2. State 2 : You have switched on your iPhone 3G and you can see the springboard with a lot of icons like SMS, Calender etc..
You are lucky!! Unlocking your iPhone is very simple now.

If your iPhone is in State 1 listed above, follow these procedures.
Please note : All info available here is only for educational purposes, We are not responsible in any case whatsoever how you use this information.

http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=1573

Once you have followed this procedure, your iPhone menu will appear, which means your iPhone is activated and now is equivalent to Stage 2 listed above.

Now you should follow the stage 2 procedure to unlock your iPhone 3G.

If your iPhone 3G is in State 2 listed above, follow these procedures.

You will need.
1. Rebel Simcard – Buy one from www.rebelsimcard.com
2. A network simcard which you want to use on your iPhone 3G.
3. Any other phone to test the simcard you want to use on your iPhone 3G.
4. Rebel Simcard cutter to cut your original network simcard.

Now follow the following steps exactly as listed.

1. Switch on the other phone with the simcard which you want to use on your iPhone 3G.
Make a call to make sure your simcard is working fine and also this step will enable your sim to
receive some data from your network which is required for further process.

2. Now take out simcard from this phone.

3. Now take your iPhone 3G, enable Airplane mode and disable 3G and put the Rebel Simcard along with this simcard in your iPhone 3G.
Wait a few seconds, and disable Airplane mode to get network on phone.
Your phone should get network. (If it doesn’t get network, please try to switch off your iPhone for 5 minutes and retry the whole process. )
Now you can use your iPhone 3G as if it was unlocked.
You can now use EDGE, GPRS and all functions of iPhone 3G.
3G service depends on the type of simcard you have and it also depends on the availability of 3G network in your area.
All those countries where there is no 3G, users are advised to switch off 3G mode.

Please note : You should not skip step1 listed above.

Before you should start to unlock your iPhone. You should know which iPhone you have.
This manual will take you step by step to make your iPhone 2G working with any network.

We will choose the best possible way available till today to make your iPhone working on any network.
All those who have a bricked iPhone can also follow these steps.
Which iPhone do you have ?
1. iPhone 2G (The older iPhones are called iPhone 2G. You can see this image to check which iPhone you have.)
2. iPhone 3G ( The newer iPhone is the iPhone 3G. You can see its image here.

If you have iPhone 2G, Please follow the following steps. For iPhone 3G procedure there is another post coming up on this blog.

iPhone 2G – Step by Step procedure for Windows users.

iPhone 2G users are more lucky, The latest version of iPhone can be unlocked and jailbroken to use any network simcard.
Phone will work fully with all features using this procedure.
However iPhone 3G can only be jailbroken but cannot be unlocked, The only solution in this world to unlock the iPhone 3G is Rebel Simcard.

Please Note : With this procedure you will lose all data on your iPhone , and it will become like a new out of the box phone. This means you will lose all your contacts, images, etc…

1. You should download the following softwares.
a. iTunes 7.7 Download from apple.com
b. Firmware 2.0 for iPhone (Tested) Download Part1.Download Part2.
c. WinPwn Download here or find a latest version from http://www.winpwn.com
d. .Net 2.0 Framework Download here.
e. 3.9BL
f. 4.6BL

After downloading all this,

Install
1. iTunes 7.7.
2. .Net 2.0 Framework.
3. WinPwn.

Please note
- You MUST do a full uninstall of winpwn before installing the new version
- Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes ( Currently 7.7)
- WinPwn uses 300MB of ram at peak due to the ipsw being extracted in memory
- If you already have service with AT&T do not activate or install Youtube Fix


Create a folder on your desktop called Pwnage. In it place the following files: Winpwn , 3.9BL , 4.6BL , and the latest 2.0 firmware.

Install WinPwn by extracting the downloaded zip from Step One and running the setup executable. Once WinPwn has been installed it will put a shortcut icon on your desktop. Double click to launch the application.

Once WinPwn has opened click the Browse .ipsw button.

Locate the 2.0 firmware file (iPhone1,1_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw) from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click Open.

WinPwn will check the firmware to make sure its valid. Now click the IPSW Builder button

The IPSW Builder window will open to the Applications tab. Check to select Cydia and if you are not on AT&T then check to select YouTube Fix.

Click to select the Advanced tab. Check to select: Activate Phone, Enable Baseband update, and Unlock baseband. Same settings as shown in this image.

We will also need to load the Bootloader files. Click the Bootloader 3.9 button and then select the BL39.bin file in your Pwnage Folder. Then click the Bootloader 4.6 button and select the BL46.bin file in your Pwnage Folder.

Click the Build .ipsw button at the bottom left to build your custom ipsw firmware file. Navigate to your Pwnage folder and click the Save button

Once WinPwn has finished creating your custom firmware then click the iPwner button from the main menu.

Select the custom firmware file we just built from the Pwnage folder on your desktop and click the Open button.

You will then be notified that your iTunes has been Pwned!

Next we will need to put the iPhone in the DFU mode and restore using iTunes. To put your iPhone into DFU mode please follow these instructions!
Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time.

After exactly 10 seconds release the Sleep/Wake button. Continue holding the home button until you iTunes pops up a message telling you that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.

The iPhone screen will remain black like this:

If you see the itunes logo and cable here, then you are doing wrong!!! The phone must be black screen like this. Most users make this mistake, be careful.

Hold down Shift and click the Restore button in iTunes.

A popup window will appear asking you to select your firmware. Select the Custom firmware file we saved in the Pwnage folder and then click the Open button.

Once the restore is complete a software will automatically run on your iPhone screen.
It will take around 5-10 min to finish, and your phone will be unlocked and jailbroken.

Now just insert your simcard and use it with any network simcard!!

Worldwide Network GPRS/EDGE/3G Network APN Settings

On August 15, 2008, in APN Settings, by Rebel SimCard

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: – www.idea.pl

Username: – idea

Password: – idea

DNS: – 194.9.223.79, 194.204.159.1

Operator: – Plus GSM/Polkomtel

GPRS APN: – www.plusgsm.pl

Username: – {blank}

Password: – {blank}

DNS: – 212.2.96.51, 212.2.96.52

Philippines -

Operator: – Globe

GPRS APN: – 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: – 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

Rebel Simcard update v21 Launched 10-July-2008

On July 10, 2008, in Rebel Simcard I, by Rebel SimCard

Supports mostly
2G Sim cards.

Universal Rebel Simcard support Virtually any phone using the Rebel STK Menu

Support for iPhone 3G firmware 2.1 or below

Rebel STK Can change between 12 Modes

Download here

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