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good service(email) worked ok once i put numbers in correctly easy to buy and use..would use again for sure.
Great service purchased Sunday evening by Monday night i had a working phone on all networks Great explanation on how to do everything. no need to contact customer support as was just right first time. Enough said really
Had my iPhone 6 unlocked from O2 while travelling in Canada. Took about a week and was very easy. Cost $28 and I was quoted $75 from a store! Great service.
Easy to buy, fast delivery of codes, easy instructions and above all it works!
Worked first time, but I had to contact customer service for the code (very quick helpful response) as I didn't receive the email, it wasn't in my spam folder either - they need to find a better way of sending receipts and codes.
Multinational conglomerate companies do not come any bigger than the Samsung Group. The company was founded in 1938 by Lee Byung-chul and still has its headquarters in Samsung Town, Seoul. The company was initially extremely diversified and had was involved in food processing, insurance, retail and entered the shipbuilding industry in the 1960’s. In 1987 Samsung was split into a number of subsidiaries including Samsung Electronics (the world’s largest IT Company). Within Samsung electronics is the Samsung Telecommunications division. They are responsible for producing a range of products including mobiles, MP3’s, Tablets and a number of other mobile devices. In 2007 they reported 45% growth and had become the world’s second largest mobile device manufacturer. By the beginning of 2012 Samsung has been selling over 300 million mobile devices per year and is the largest manufacturer of devices running the Android operating system, with a 46% market share. The Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones is widely considered to be among the best smartphones ever created and its latest incarnation rivals the likes of the iPhone and the HTC One. Samsung are now amongst the most popular phones in the world and are very popular phones for unlocking as well. If your Samsung was purchased from a network, it is highly likely to be locked, and won't accept SIM cards from an alternative network. We would suggest trying this prior to ordering an unlock code - just to be sure. We send 4 different types of unlock codes for every Samsung order. These include the different unlock codes themselves, which relate to the different type of locks that may be active on your phone, and the "Defreeze" or "Master" code, which is used to reset any previous failed unlocking attempts. The most popular of the Samsung handsets currently are the ones with the Android operating system running. These are very simple to unlock, in most cases simply requiring the user to insert a non-accepted SIM card (a SIM card from any network other than the original) and entering the code when prompted.