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    Looking to buy a used Migo. How do I *228 with that thing?

    I need to be able to access NAM programming or use *228 because I will be activating the phone on Page Plus Prepaid (Verizon MVNO). Anyone know how it's done on a Migo?
    If you commonly type the name iPhone as "Iphone" or "I-Phone"... or if you commonly refer to an iPod Touch as an "iTouch" or "I-Touch"...... Then you deserve whole bottle of habanero hot sauce poured into your eyes!

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    I honestly have no idea how that Migo is programmed. I can find out, but it'll be late tuesday night. Might benefit you to call in to CS and simply ask them how to manually program the Migo.

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    if you call and ask cs they will guide you through it
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    Since Migos buttons can be associated with different numbers I wonder if it would be possible to simply associate one (temporarily?) with *228 and use it that way (although I'm not sure how you would/could deal with various in-call options, like "press 2 to...").

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    since phones know when there being prgramed it might let you just press 2 on the phone

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    power on
    yes
    1
    4
    yes

    don't know if it'll work outside vz but that's the *228 equivalent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anothervzwchick
    power on
    yes
    1
    4
    yes

    don't know if it'll work outside vz but that's the *228 equivalent.
    That worked for my kid's phone, thanks!

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