How to Unlock Your Cell Phone
In 2014, the FCC along with Wireless Carriers agreed that Consumers should have the right to “unlock” their cellphones. Congress then passed a law that made unlocking your cellphone legal. Unlocking a device refers only to disabling software that would prevent a consumer from attempting to activate a device designed for one carrier’s network on another carrier’s network, even if that network is technologically compatible.
Keep in mind, just because you unlock a phone does not mean it will work with all carriers. You need to make sure that the technology that runs your Smart Phone is the same Technology used by the wireless carrier you want to use. For instance, T-Mobile and AT&T are usually compatible with each other, AT&T and Verizon are not. Also, an unlocked device may support voice services but not data services when activated on a different network.
Carriers reserve the right to decline an unlock request if they have a reasonable basis to believe the request is fraudulent or the device is stolen.
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