We specialize in official (factory) iPhone unlocking. Factory unlock or IMEI unlock is the simplest and safest way to unlock your device WITHOUT jailbreaks, hacks or any other tricks. Your warranty won't void and phone cannot be damaged during this process. All we need to perform an unlock is your device`s IMEI.
IMPORTANT!! We can unlock AT&T again. Unlock time is 1-3 days! We are one of maybe 2 or 3 providers who can unlock AT&T. ALL versions are supported, including 5C and 5S. So, hurry up to make your orders :)
If you unsure about your carrier, please, use IMEI Lookup first!
Any, including iPhone 5, 5C and 5S and still in-contract.
The main benefit is that unlocking your phone will allow you to use it with carriers other than your original carrier. No need to worry about tariff changes, unused minutes etc. as now you can switch your carrier and tariff any time. Next important thing is that if you decide to re-sell your phone, you can earn some cash, because the resale value for unlocked phones usually 300% more than its original price.
Unlocking will be also invaluable for those who travel a lot and want to save on roaming fees by using local carriers' SIM cards.
Big NO! We just need IMEI number to complete unlock. Besides, our unlock is permanent and 100% safe as we white-list your phone directly in Apple's database and do not do any tricks with your phone itself.
We can unlock 99% of AT&T iPhones, any baseband, any version, any iOS. We can also unlock blacklisted phones, however only for international use - outside the U.S. 1% that we cannot unlock are those phones which were reported lost/stolen and were replaced. Basically, these phones and IMEIs no longer exist, therefore we cannot unlock them in Apple's database.
Processing time for AT&T is 1-24 hours. For other carriers from 1 to 5 days.
Short answer - yes!
In Nov, 2006 U.S. Copyright Office approved unlocking of phones for use with rival carriers. In Jan, 2013 the Copyright Office removed exemption status for unlocked phones, meaning they would violate copyright law. However, thankful to online petition from "We the People" which raised 114,000 voices, White House and FCC issued statements supporting legal status of unlocking as of Feb, 25th.