I tried two other sites trying to get an unlock code for my T-Mobile phone and both took DAYS and then said "Sorry we are unable to obtain a valid unlock code for your IMEI," refunded my money and left me with a still locked phone.
Cellunlocker literally got me a code within 15 minutes and was actually a few dollars cheaper than the other sites. Seriously, I was so grateful and impressed. Next time I need a phone unlocked this is my stop and I send anyone that's interested there way as well.
This is by far the best company for unlocking your phone, bar none. My LG Thrill was locked to AT&T (Never again will I do business with THEM) and I had a T-Mobile SIM from my work phone. $7.99 and 6 minutes later, my phone is unlocked and I'm making calls, using internet, sending/receiving sms/mms flawlessly. (mms needed the APN settings switched to reflect T-mobile, but that was a quick google search, and less than 3 minutes of changes.) All in all, I most certainly give this company as many stars as it will allow me to. Thank you Cellunlocker.net!
Sincerely, A Very Happy Soldier
I was a bit sceptical about using this service having tried to use a similar process several years ago (different business) to unlock a phone I bought in France. However, having read the positive reviews on this site I decided to take a risk and was really pleased to receive the unlock into my email Inbox in just two minutes. Worked a treat. For those who might be considering this the process was just as they describe:
With the Telstra SIM in the phone dial *#06# to display the IMEI code
Locate HTC Wildfire S in the pop up lists
Carefully enter the IMEI code for the phone and select Australia - Telstra network
Supply a valid email address to receive the code to
Pay the $14.99 via PayPal ($10 cheaper than Telstra were offering and I wasn't able to do the unlock over the phone)
Wait for code to arrive meanwhile removing Telstra SIM and inserting a SIM from another provider
Turn on phone and type in provided unlock code and hey presto - I'm FREE !
Sorry for the long post but I hoped it might help others with the process. Now if someone could just find I way to unlock my Thompson TG782T modem my life would be complete
I had to get my phone unlocked while visiting Taiwan. After walking around for 4 hours asking different vendors if they knew anyone who could do it, couldn't find any one who knew how. While at a coffee shop, I checked to see if there were any reliable unlocking sites. Decided to trust cellunlocker.net because reviews for it were high and there didn't seem to be many warning signs that it was a untrustworthy site.
Within 5 minutes (2 minutes from when I submitted my order) I had an unlock code in my email waiting for me. Entered code, worked perfectly. Saved me from having to go find someone to unlock it, thankfully. Can definitely trust, would use again.
I got my code in less than 45 minutes after my request. Bada Bing Bada Boom I was done. Now I'm Mr. International with a phone I already own....SWEET. No glitches no problems! I will always recommend them! Jeff S. from Tampa
I got unlocked 4 of my phones by these guys. Faster one was Blackberry(Few minutes :) Relatively cheap price, comprehensive service. All my phones are working fine. Will definitely use them again!
1- Blackberry 8520 Curve
2- LG gossip
3- Sony Ericsson Vivaz pro
4- Blackberry 9000
First I was scared by lots of negative reviews, but after 5 days I had the working unlock code. So no worries. Great service.
I bought the unlock code for my at&t Galaxy S2 at aroung midnight and it was in my email within 2 minutes. It did exactly what it was supposed to do and now I can use it on the t-mobile network as well as any other GSM network. It was easy and I didn't even have to call costumer service for help.
I couldn't unlock the phone before leaving on holidays. Went to an AT&T kiosk and purchased a new sim card. Got home, swapped sim cards, entered the code and had service right away! Not sure why I couldn't unlock at home, having followed all the given instructions. Would highly recommend! I was told by a salesman to try to unlock the phone before leaving on holidays, but it didn't affect my ability to quickly and easily unlock once I got to the States.
unlocker code was emailed to me within minutes, but my new T-Mobile phone wasn't here at the time, so I didn't have a SIM card to put in my old ATT Motorola Bravo. I had spoken to a T-Mobile rep who told me that I could buy a SIM card for $3 (instead of use the Samsung Smart Gravity with a two-year contract that was due the following Monday - no UPS on Saturday) and use my old phone (a Motorola Bravo).
I had ATT for years and had finally gotten a smartphone (the Bravo). But
ATT finally ticked me off over the line and I switched to Sprint.
After 2 weeks, I had battery issues. I called Sprint, who sent me, in a van with an expiring transmission - 20 miles round trip, to a Sprint store only to be told that the store didn't carry batteries and that I had to get it online. After getting a Sprint manager and being told that I had to buy a replacement battery, after only 2 weeks (in a Samsung Transform Ultra phone) and then get a refund, I decided that Sprint wasn't who I wanted to do business with.
I went online and signed up with T-Mobile. Then I went online to see if I could find an unlocking code for the Bravo. When the phone got here this past Monday (Feb. 27, 2012), I used it (since yesterday). I thought that I would have to call T-Mobile and have them send another SIM card, but then, I thought, what the heck, I'll use the SIM card in the T-Mobile Samsung Smart Gravity in the ATT Motorola Bravo phone and see if the unlocker code works. I can always put it back in the T-Mobile phone, right?
I put the SIM card in the Bravo, started it, and entered the unlocker code and voila! It worked.
Good deal for $8 bucks for an unlocker code! Now I can return the Samsung Smart Gravity (nifty phone, though, but the Bravo has a slighly bigger screen and I was already familiar with it. Now I can get a cheaper monthly price and not be tied to a contract! Or get a unlimited plan for the same that I was paying for 500 minutes and 200Mb data! ($50 and tax, should be about $65 or less a month.
Sorry for the useless details, but I own a computer repair biz (started in mainframes in 1970 in USAF and got into microcomputers in 1983) and live and breathe details cause they help one see the total picture and that helps you see and intuit more solutions, knowing the big picture. ;)
Cellunlocker.net is the best (and I know the difference)
Used their service to unlock a Nokia X2 locked to Tmobile.
Worked perfectly, unlocked code was delivered within a few days.
Cost was fair, in fact they had the lowest cost to unlock this mobile handset of all the sites I checked.
Would use again.
Succesfully unlocked 2 cellphones Samsung Galaxy Ace S8530, originaly locked to Telstra, an Australian network. No problems with the received code. Worked in the first try. Really recommend.
Unlocked my BB Tour from Pakistan with no problems or follow up required. Easy-to-follow instructions, super quick response, the complete process was done in less than 20 minutes. Sub $10 price was a bargain. Highly recommend and would use again.
After catching a video online on Youtube, I went to their website and found out my phone would cost $28.99, via Paypal. Ouch! So, I shopped around, found a competitor that would do it for only $8.99, via Paypal. Guess what? They wrote back and said they couldn't do it, bla, bla, bla.
This is a new release and there is no way ATT is giving up the code, so I went back to Cellunlocker.net and painfully paid the price. This is where the 5th star becomes lost ... partly due to the price but I never recieved my code in my email or my spam folder. Hmmm, so I went back to the website and I found a link to check on my order and another to get the code, because it was finished. But, I waited 4 days before checking. I slipped in my friends T-Mobile SIM and followed the directions and it was unlocked instantly. Taking this phone out of the country in a couple of weeks to test it, but it is unlocked.
What a great service, got it from e-bay. My iPhone 4s was unlocked so quickly I didn't realise it had been. Would recommend whole heartedly. Can't fault it at all, and good follow up as well to check all is working well. Great service is all I can say.
I had to use Cellunlock.net to unlock a Blackberry Curve 9360, and all has worked perfectly without any problem. The e-mail with code generated was full of "how-to" according to each blackberry model.
I consider myself as a "noob" in the cell unlocks, and this has been very easy to do for this one.
So my phone, a Sony Xperia X10, was one they had in their database. However, they didn't have unlock codes for that phone on the Rogers network. After they discovered that they couldn't provide an unlock code, they offered two options: refund the money, or send me an unlocker program.
The unlocker program came with fairly decent instructions (which is good, because it's rather complicated), and after a bit of tinkering around (seems like you have to follow their instructions EXACTLY and ignore one or two of the instructions that the actual software gives) I now have an unlocked phone!
They normally sell access to their unlocker program for an extra fee, so it was very nice of them to give it to me without charging any extra beyond the $8 unlock code fee.
My only complaint is that they forgot to send me the download link in their first e-mail, so I was a bit lost until they apologised and sent me the link in a later e-mail. Heck, I make that sort of mistake every day in my business e-mails, so I'm not going to bear them any ill will :-)
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