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With the year coming to an end and closing season in full swing, we can say that this has quite a time in the world of mobile technology.
Samsung has not had a good year, and moving into the Christmas season it’s looking like the bad news keeps coming. Here is our exciting serving of this month’s mobile phone news.
Things are always moving in the cell phone sector and October has been no different. It’s often difficult to keep up with everything that is going on so here is a quick summary of what has been happening.
Mobile phones are often locked to the network that originally sold them. Networks do this in order to subsidise the costs of the mobile, allowing people to pay minimal or no upfront fees. However, as a result they activate the Network or SIM lock, restricting it to only working with SIM cards that connect to that network's signal.
Phone unlocking or network unlocking is the process of removing this lock, which then allows the cellphone to accept any compatible SIM card from anywhere around the world. Unlocking often requires the use of an unlock code, which is unique to each handset and found by using the handset's IMEI number.