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.
In the emails that we send out for HTC orders, we only need to send 1 unlock code. This code is the one that is unique for the IMEI that your supplied and will work on nearly all networks. This is an extremely simple process and one that HTC have deliberately worked on. We also provide the instructions to enter the code for each HTC mobile phone, so you'll know exactly what to do.
Have Samsung S6 given to by friend but wanted to stay on my network, read the reviews and thought I'd risk it.. was more than stated was £20, but felt professionally done you get email and order no, you can track it, was given a 7 day period but as other reviews said it was done early ( 3 days ) emails from them contained unlock/unfreeze code and links to instructions, FAQ and help, worked first time was so impressed and have unlocked phone, will recommend and use again, thank you.
Sprint is notoriously difficult when it comes to having their devices unlocked, but MobileUnlocked got in done in about a week, no muss, no fuss. The online order tracking tools were super convenient too! Never had to email in asking what the status was.
Brilliant. Did it in less than 5 minutes.
Mobile Unlocked delivered a fast and excellent unlock service. After my payment was accepted everything worked as promised, even faster. I receive the mail in less than 3 hours and it worked the first time I entered it. Thank you very much for a quality service.
Simple, quick and easy to use. I would recommend and they are much cheaper than getting it done in a shop.