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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.
The phone provider needs 10 days to get me an unlock code, I am still waiting. The repair shop around the corner needs 3 days and €25, you did overnight in 6 hours for a reasonable cost
Fantastic - received unlock code in just a few minutes and worked first time. Thank you!
My daughter tried to get her phone unlocked at a nearby shop but they failed to get a code. My daughter was a bit unsure but after seeing recommendations on GifGaf I decided to give them a try. I received a code to unlock the phone three days later! Great job.
Had my galaxy s6 unlocked within 24hrs.
American telecommunications company, Motorola, was based in Schumburg, Illinois, U.S. until it was divided into two separate companies following apparent loses of $4.3 billion. Up until 2009 Motorola had designed and sold wireless network equipment and telecommunications devices – including mobile phones. In September, 1983, the FCC approved the first ever mobile phone (the DynaTAC 8000X) and by 1999 mobile phones accounted for nearly 70% of Motorola’s gross revenue. They continued to lead the way in electrical innovation and were the leading mobile phone seller in the world until they were overtaken by Nokia in 1998. The company was founded in 1928 as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation and only became Motorola two years later in 1930. In 2012 Google announced that it had acquired Motorola for approximately $12.5 Billion. Google sold of the Motorola Mobility part of the business to Lenovo for just shy of $3 Billion and maintains ownership of the Motorola Solutions part of the organisation – which focuses on police technologies, radios and many other commercial needs. Motorola, now owned by Google, are fully expected to make an onslaught onto the mobile phone industry, being backed by one the most powerful companies in the world. With Android operating software expected to be on every new handset, Google will be able to use their vast data resources to fully understand the mobile phone user and exactly what they want from a mobile phone. Exciting times. Unlocking a Motorola phone has traditionally been a simple thing to do. The most common method is by turning the phone on with a non-accepted SIM card and entering the unlock code when prompted. Based on our knowledge of unlocking other Android handsets, we fully expect this simplicity to continue. The unlock codes we provide usually come in pairs. These are two different unlock codes, which are unique for the IMEI of the phone you have. Each will work depending on the lock that is active on your phone. Because we have no way of knowing which lock is active, we send out both codes for you to try. Attempting one incorrectly will not harm the phone at all and we certainly find this the best method of getting a Motorola handset unlocked.