I dont know whats wrong with your proxy or whatever.
Heres the text from the blog post, with its source at the bottom.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Criminals will pay $32,000 USD for a NOKIA 1100
It seems that the NOKIA 1100 is the most expensive phone in the world - well a particular batch that is. This particular model was manufactured in Bochum, Germany and comes with a flawed software/ hardware which allows it to be manipulated and used to assimilate (CLONE) other phone lines. The 1100 was implicated in a string of bank transfer scams and is highly sought after. It is reported that one such phone was purchased for a massive $32,000 USD.
In my opinion the bankers are at fault here as they are sending crucial mTANs (temporary transaction authentication numbers) as an sms for authorizing online money transfers - and this is what criminals are taking advantage of with the cloneable NOKIA 1100.
- Nokia refutes the claim that such flawed NOKIAs exsist.
Disclaimer: If this is an answer to a TECHNICAL QUESTION, then MY ANSWER is correct, even if its contradicting something that a tech support rep, or anyone else said. I am not giving you the answer YOU WANT, I'll give you the answer I know is CORRECT.
If this is about CARRIER POLICY, then you should probably be aware that carriers change their policy unexpectedly, and inexplicably. Even if the answer is correct when posted, it could very well be wrong in a day, or week.