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iphone 4 Factory Unlock via iTunes using IMEI number - Who? There are several online

Discussion in 'iPhone Jailbreaking, Unlocking & Customisation' started by crashnburn_in, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. crashnburn_in

    crashnburn_in Member

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    iphone 4 Factory Unlock via iTunes using IMEI number - Who?

    There are several online sites offering iphone 4 Factory Unlock via iTunes using IMEI number?

    Are there any stores/ providers in/ around London who can do this as well? I am not sure if I want to give my IMEI to a random online store?

    If online is the only option anyone got any recommendations / experience with any of the above or other of such service providers?

    Also some guys are there on Ebay.co.uk

    http://www.fonesunlock.co.uk/mobile-phone-unlocking-codes/iphone/4/unlock-orange.html
    http://www.fonefunshop.co.uk/Unlocking/iphone_4_orange_uk_full_unlock.htm
    http://rebelmicrosimcutter.com/ipho...ock-via-itunes-permanent-unlock-solution.html
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    All scams. End of. Only way to do it is Gevey sim, Network Unlock, Jailbreak unlock.
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    Does the Gevey SIM do a Factory Unlock?

    PS: How much time before Orange is willing to Factory Unlock as PAYG / Prepaid iphone via its IMEI?
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    No the Gevey sim does a HIGHLY dodgy unlock by calling 112 (i.e. making a - very short - nuisance 999 call).


    It works, but it's up to you to decide whether it's morally acceptable to use such a device. I wouldn't, personally.
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    Im not sure, Its not the network that unlocks it. The network sends a request to apple and they do it all at their end. Mine took about 10days.

    Pay as you go will probably be about £15.

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