Easy, quicker then shops quoted me and cheaper too. Would definitely use again.
Changing from Vodaphone: I needed to log in using my new sim and PAC number but phone was still locked. Went to Mobile Unlocked site, surprised by £10 cost but it worked very well; I heard back from them in minutes with an unlock code so I could get the job done. Apparently HTC are good at making this possible. A trouble-free experience I'd recommend to anyone with an HTC phone.
After waiting on EE for weeks to send me an unlock code, I tried one of the cheaper companies. After 4 days they advised they couldn't unlock the phone. I wished I had come straight to mobile unlocked, as they provided me with an unlock code for my S7 in about 4 hours... Great service and worked perfectly after unlocking.
Worked on my iphone4, but having unlocked phones before, it cost more thanI was expecting, but that say more about Vodaphone, than MU. Took 7 days, which was earlier than the expected date. As others have stated, the email said I would need the original sim (which I don't have), before using the gg sim, but when it came to it, this step was unneccesary.
After paying other companies and not getting anywhere, I tried Mobile Unlocked. The fact that they took Paypal payments was quite reassuring too. I got my code in the time advised and it worked. Overall great experience and will definitely use them again if I ever need to get a code. The price was slightly higher than what I expected but it was 100% worth it.
A network lock, otherwise known as a SIM lock, is a control placed on the phone by the original network that sold it. They are able to do this because with the lock, they can then sell the phone for cheaper, offering the customer a better upfront deal. This lock does however stay with the phone permanently unless it is removed with an unlock code or software. Doing this is completely legal and won't impact your warranty in any way.
Once your order has been placed, we will then email you with the 5 unlock codes that are unique to your IMEI. You will however only need one of them. This is often called the NCK or MEP2. This works for the majority of networks. However, if you are locked to a network that isn't one of the major ones, you will possibly need the SPCK or MEP4. Along with your code, you will also receive the simple instructions to enter the code on that specific BlackBerry handset. How to retrieve an MEP code from a Blackberry handset.
Purchase IMEI unlock codes for the Blackberry Storm to allow it to be used on all networks.