Free phone unlock codes

When you purchase a mobile phone either on pay-as-you go or on a bill contract, thenetwork operator “locks” it so that you can’t use just any SIM card from any network in your mobile; but you have to use their specific SIM cards. It’s obvious why… they want your custom and money.

Some carriers will offer free phone unlock codes, but in most cases they will not. 

  • If your carrier won’t provide you will a free unlock code, can provide you with a secure, safe and fast unlock code:
  • All unlock codes are sourced from the manufacturer of your handset and they will unlock your phone without damaging it or erasing the data from it. 
  • They are the correct unlock codes for you handset direct from its creators.All codes at are permanent and once you have unlocked your phone it will stay unlocked forever.
  • Our instructions will allow you to unlock your handset just minutes after receiving your unlock code. When purchasing an unlock code with us, you get a full set of instructions as well as customer support.
  • We will assist you at each step of the way. Unlocking a phone is a simple process and frees your phone from carrier restraints placed on it by your provider.
  • There are so many benefits to having an unlocked handset so go on unlock your mobile phone today.

If you search the internet you will find may sites promising to provide you with a free phone unlock code, however you should be careful many of these are made up, just to get your details. Some are offered at a cheap price just to get your money with no intention of ever unlocking your phone. So our advice is buyer beware, only trust companies such as who are Verisign approved and provide official unlock codes. No matter how intuitive we try to make our services, working with mobile phones involves a technical process that not everyone is familiar with. That's why we offer support for everything from pre-sales questions to the most complicated mobile issues.

Cell phones have become an integral part of people's lives.

It seems that everyone has a cell phone these days, and the traditional home phone is on its last leg. There are so many different phones to choose from. So how do you know which phone is right for you? It really depends on what functionalities you want and/or need in a cell phone for both personal and business use. Do you just want to talk? Do you text frequently? Listen to music? Surf the Internet?

Do you need mobile email access?

These are all things to consider when purchasing a phone. Your friend just purchased a new phone that you really like but they have AT&T and you have T-Mobile. You heard that you can unlock cell phones so you can use a T-Mobile phone on the AT&T network and vice versa. Is This true? The answer is yes! Cell phones that operate on GSM technology have the ability to be unlocked and have carrier restrictions removed. Currently in the U.S. AT&T and T-Mobile are the only carriers capable of cell phone unlocking because they support GSM technology. Some Verizon and Sprint phones, which run on the CDMA network, will work with AT&T and T-mobile. Sprint, Verizon, & other CDMA carrier phones that are listed as "World Phones" will usually work on the GSM network as they are guaranteed to work anywhere in the world.

These phones have the ability to use a SIM card and are designed to work on both GSM & CDMA networks, as well as other network types found throughout the world. An example of a phone for Verizon that is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile is the Blackberry Storm. An example of a phone from Sprint that works on AT&T & T-Mobile is the Blackberry Tour. Check the specifications of the phone you would like to use to see if it is capable of running the GSM band. Unfortunately phones for AT&T and T-Mobile are not compatible on the Sprint and Verizon network.

Also, Sprint and Verizon phones are not compatible with each other , even though they both use the CDMA technology. Now that you've determined whether your phone can be unlocked or not, where do you go to unlock cell phones? I've unlocked 100's of cell phones and have used many different unlocking companies. Below is a review of the top 4 cell phone unlocking companies in my opinion on the web. All have advantages and disadvantages which I will list. Which company you use for cell phone unlocking is based on what your needs are.

Unlock your phone without breaking the bank

Do you own an iPhone 5, HTC One, or Samsung Galaxy S4, or any other cell for that matter? Well if you do, it’s easy, affordable and in no way dangerous to unlock your phone. Unlocking a mobile or cell phone is perfectly legal. It’s also very straightforward and won’t in any way, damage your phone.

Doesn’t cost the earth

Unlocking your phone is easy and shouldn’t cost the earth, so if you’re considering doing it, look at how much you’re going to be paying first. Some companies will offer the service for what appears to be very little only for the charges to be hidden. It may be that you have seen a service that costs 4.99, only for you then to have to call a number to have your phone unlocked. If this is the case, check the price of the number you are dialling, as some will be charging 1.50 a minute for you then to spend 3-4 minutes on the phone, which will in turn increase the amount you are paying considerable.

There are also sites offering to unlock phones for large sums of money, by giving you the impression that it is a very difficult procedure and that you are paying a fair price. That simply isn’t true. A reputable site will be able to do it for very little cost and quickly as well, so there is no need for you to pay 19.99 to get it done.

You don’t have to pay off your contract

If your phone is on a 12 or 24 month contract, you don’t have to pay the balance before having the handset unlocked. As long as you continue to pay the monthly payments, you are perfectly free to unlock your phone and take full advantage of the freedom that this will give you.


Once your phone is unlocked, you can then change the SIM when you travel abroad to a local SIM, which will afford you much cheaper dialling. You can also sell you phone when it is out of contract with a greater deal of success. A phone advertised on Amazon that is unlocked, will often sell quicker and for a better price than a locked model, so that is also worth considering. It may even be that you have recently moved house and your current provider doesn’t have a strong enough signal where you live. Whatever your reasons for unlocking you phone, it’s very straightforward and once you have done it, there is no need to ever look back. You will probably just be left wondering why you never did it before.