Attention All iPhone Users:
NOW OFFERS FACTORY UNLOCKS!!!
If you have an AT&T iPhone, we can facotry unlock it. It does not matter what software version your phone is on. This is a permanent unlock which means that it will not be affected by furture updates and restores. This unlock will work on iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s and iPhone 5 on 5.0.1 / 6.0 or 6.0.1 or any other software version.
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Unlocking your phone allows the freedom to choose a wireless provider. Also, for individuals that travel internationally on a regular basis, unlocking permits the user to use foreign networks (depending on the type of phone).
Jailbreaking, the application that modifies the firmware for phones such as iPhone and Android, allows access to third party applications and downloads. Jailbreaking also permits the user to customize the phone and the ability to tether (turn phone into a hot-spot).
What is unlocking and why does it matter?
Chances are your cell phone is locked to one particular service provider. If you try to leave that company, your phone won't work with any other service provider. Depending on what kind of phone you have and what cell phone service provider you have, you might be able to unlock your phone meaning you'll have the freedom to use the same phone with different companies. There are two cell phone technologies that are used by the world's cell phone service providers; GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) used by T-Mobile and AT&T, and CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) used by Verizon and Sprint. However if you own a CDMA phone, then your phone may or may not be able to be unlocked. A phone that operates on a GSM network has a good chance to be unlocked.
CDMA vs. GSM phones
GSM phones use a SIM card (Subscriber Identity Module). A SIM card is a small card that's inserted into the phone and is linked to your account with your cell phone service provider. CDMA phones may not have any SIM cards and must be authenticated by the service provider, which makes unlocking a phone impossible. You can usually determine whether your phone is GSM or CDMA based on the service provider you use (T-Mobile and AT&T use GSM, while Verizon and Sprint use CDMA). Some phones, such as Blackberry used by Verizon and Sprint, may be unlocked for GSM use.
How can I tell if my phone is unlocked?
If you received a phone for a decreased or at a very low price when you signed a contract, your phone is almost certainly locked.
Why should I unlock my cell phone?
There are two reasons to unlock a phone. First, it gives you the freedom to switch between service providers, assuming a long-term service contract doesn't stand in your way (along with the contract termination fees), you can change service providers as often as you like and never have to buy a new phone. Just put in a new SIM card supplied by your new service provider and your old phone will work just fine. The second reason involves traveling to Europe or Asia. If you use your North American phone while traveling, you will rack up enormous roaming fees. Frequent travelers or even those taking occasional vacations will enjoy significant savings with an unlocked phone.