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Big thanks to the support person who sorted out an issue with the code very quickly! Top service!
A friend gave me his old Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, but it was locked to EE in the UK, whereas I live in Italy. To be able to use EE's own unlocking service at £8.99, we'd have had to use my friend's sim card, which would have meant me sending the phone back to England etc etc. After doing some research and even flirting momentarily with some cheap but very dodgy-looking sites, I settled on Mobile Unlocked. Their explanations and the clarity of their service after having paid is impressive. They instil a sense of confidence and it wasn't misplaced. They suggested that the code would arrive within 1-4 days and it arrived after about 48 hours. There were clear instructions on how to use the codes (unfreeze and network unlock, in my case) and it worked first time, no trouble at all. Money well spent.
Tried two before Mobile Unlocked. The first couldn't unlock it but refunded me the money, was shammed by unlockamobile for £5.99 who have gone quiet on me but used these guys some years ago and although there is cheaper, will you unlock your moby? Thanks guys.
I'm in South Africa and had a phone locked to O2 uk. The phone was brand new and had not been used in the UK. I tried to get it unlocked for free in the UK but O2 said they could not do it as it was never used in the UK. Stressed out I looked online for how best to get unlocked. I scanned many sites for reviews and most seemed like a gamble. A few others that seemed legit were a bit pricey. I went with mobileunlocked and got an email saying delivery date was 2nd December. Phone was unlocked 2 days before the 2nd... so far all seems ok and I am using MTN on my iphone5c
i used mobile unlock as i bought the phone second hand and was unable to go through the original network i was all sorted 3 days after making the payment very happy with this service
HTC Corporation is the Taiwanese manufacturer responsible for a number of extremely popular smartphones and tablets. It was founded in 1997 and remains headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan. From its humble beginnings to being name “Device Manufacturer of the year, 2011” by the GSM association, HTC has grown to be one of the leading contenders in the smartphone market. HTC started out designing and making mobile phones and PDAs based on the Windows Mobile Operating System, then selling them to companies who were willing to pay for customised products. However in 2009 they began releasing their own models using the Android OS. Peter Chou and Cher Wang founded HTC back in 1997 as a manufacturer of notebook computers. It was a year later when they began designing some of the world’s first wireless, and often touchscreen, hand held devices. HTC is now ranked in the top 100 of the Interbrand “Best Global Brand Report, 2011”. They are widely credited with creating the first ever windows and Android mobile phones. In 2009 they launched the brand tagline “quietly brilliant” and also unveiled its first ever global advertising campaign. In 2010 HTC sold 24.6 million handsets and its revenue for last year topped 6.75 billion dollars. As a company, HTC have done amazingly well in recent times. They are one of the most popular phone brands on the market today, with many of their leading phones also being amongst the most popular that we unlock. One of their best masterstrokes has to be offering Beats Audio technology built into their phones, which has really caught the imagination of a new audience. HTC phones are very reliable at telling us when they are locked. If you are unsure, simply insert a non-accepted SIM card (one that isn't from the original network) and if the phone prompts you with a Network Locked message, you can be sure the phone is locked. Unlike other handsets that can have various different types of locks placed on them, HTC will only ever have the one. This means that HTC phones only require 1 unlock code, which can be used to remove the lock stopping you from using the SIM card you want to use.