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Hey Now... Does anyone have a PRD -> MEP ID equivalent chart or converter. I'm trying to find out what MEP ID is associated with: PRD-50656-004 which is on a Bell Canada Z10. Thanks in advance
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We should wait for the first MEP to appear from any of these carriers. After that we will be able to tell if the algo is different or not, until then there is only speculation.
Of course, as always, the lucky ones with friends will provide this codes for sometime before the MEP starts spreading.