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Dropped my old Sony Xperia down the loo before Christmas. Was given another one but it was locked to EE. Tried to get it unlocked locally and after a week was told I had to go to EE direct to get it unlocked as Sony wouldn't issue a code. Three weeks without a phone and I was desperate! Contacted Mobile Unlocked and within 3 days they sent me a code and helped me unlock the phone with no issues. Would definitely recommend them.
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.
After having so many problems trying to unlock my phone with my previous network provider, including a wasted journey to their store where they told me that they no longer unlock their own phones despite being told online that they did, it was so nice to deal with a company who managed to deliver on their promises. Not only were MobileUnlocked incredibly fast to provide me with an unlock code, but they were also cheaper than my previous provider: within 30 minutes compared to up to 2 weeks, and £7.99 instead of £8.99. I was really nervous about trusting an online company with something so important to me, but you couldn't ask for a more professional service.
bought a new phone that I was told was unlocked but was not. found this site recommended on giff gaff site. I actually thought they would take the £30 and I would never hear from them again! However after about 12 days I had an email with simple instructions on how to unlock my phone. My phone when off service for about half a day and then immediately worked. I am now happily on giff gaff and out of the expensive world of orange!
Well what can I say apart from PERFECT. I ordered my code at 13.11 and received my code at 15.21 the very same day. the only comment I would say is that when i got my code it was a little confusing as to what to use as the code came as NCK:********MCK:********SPCK:******* and I was unsure what to put into my phone but a lucky punt at the first 8 digits (NCK:********) seemed to do the job. WELL DONE GOOD JOB
One of the world's best known companies and popular internet search engine originally entered the mobile phone industry in 2010 with the Nexus One, with only a few additions to that Nexus series since. They are however more popular in the phone industry for their extremely popular mobile operating system, Android. Android is now featuring on most of the leading handsets released by companies such as Samsung and HTC in their flagship models. This helps Google understand more about how people are using mobile phones, which has aided them with their own range of handsets. It will likely also shape the companies strategy with Motorola, which Google recently acquired. All the handsets under the Google umbrella operate with the Android software, making them extremely easy to unlock. Android have made unlocking easy for people to understand and complete by incorporating an automatic control in the phone which prompts you for the unlock code as soon as a SIM card is put into the phone that it doesn't work with. This is when you enter the unlock code that we have sent you.