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    Free Call Codes?

    Does anyone know what a "Free Call Code" is, and if it really exists?

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    What exactly do you mean?

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    I'm guessing you think that Nokia slipped in a secret code that you can enter to make all your calls free... lol

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    Hmmm.. is there any "Free Money Code" I can punch into the ATM machine? lol

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    Free CASH

    Originally posted by cake
    Hmmm.. is there any "Free Money Code" I can punch into the ATM machine? lol
    Well iam sure a really good hacker can do this
    But i think they usually call that THEFT (LOL)
    and usually they convict people who do that
    and they go to a place called prison (LOL)

    And i sure dont want to go there
    cuz they cant have CELL PHONES

    they dont even get the cheesy analog ones (LOL)

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    And I am sure that a really good hacker can't just punch a code into a phone to get the free code. He/She needs to modify the firmware and upload back to the phone in order to do that.

    BTW, I'm sure "120" is a free phone call number, but I don't think you can talk too much with the police officer at the other end of the line.

    =)

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