FAQs

Q?

Is cell phone unlocking legal?

A.

Yes, cell phone unlocking is legal in most countries, including the United States of America. An exemption was passed in November of 2006 making it legal to circumvent technology in cell phones. Cell phone unlocking is legal as long as the IMEI or ESN numbers are not tampered with in any way. All of our unlocking solutions do not make any changes to the ESN or IMEI number of any cell phone. We will not change the phones electronic serial number because that is against the law so please do not ask.

Q?

What is cell phone unlocking?

A.

Cell phone unlocking is the removal of a lock code that the service provider has set on the phone to block it from use with another service provider. When a phone is unlocked it may be used with a different carrier.

GSM phones can be used with T-Mobile, Cingular, AT&T, Orange, Vodafone, Fido, Rogers, Cellular One, Suncom, TelCel, or any other GSM service provider.

We are currently able to unlock T-Mobile & AT&T phones.

CDMA Phones since they do not take sim cards are not able to be unlocked as of now

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