How to Unlock iPhone - SIM NOT SUPPORTED Problem FIX / Network Carrier Unlock any iPhone!

submitted by New Pluto Tv on 08/30/18 1

It's not possible to tell, just by looking at the handset, whether an iPhone is locked or unlocked. Apple does not allow other phone companies to brand iPhone devices. You don't get Three- or EE-branded iPhones, for example. To confuse matters even further, some phones are locked when sold, but are unlocked at a later date when the original owner has paid for the initial contract. It's best to have two SIM cards, from different networks. One is usually the SIM card you own, and then other will be the one in the iPhone. Follow these steps to check that the iPhone is unlocked: Make a phone call using the current SIM card. Make sure it connects. Power off the iPhone. Hold down the Sleep/Wake button and use the Slide to Power Off option to switch off the iPhone. Use the SIM-card ejector tool (or a paper clip) to eject the SIM card from the iPhone. Insert your new SIM card. Press the Sleep/Wake button to wake up the iPhone. Make a phone call. Check that the iPhone can connect a call using the new SIM card. If the phone call does not connect with the new SIM card, then the iPhone is locked. If you got an iPhone from a network company, your iPhone is locked to their network only. It means that you can only use that network’s SIM card and nothing else. If you try to use another SIM card, it won’t work on your iPhone. Since these network companies give the masses opportunity to own an iPhone, in return, customers are expected to use their network services only. Network companies make profits from these contracts due to locked-in period. It means their customers will continue to be their customers for a period of 24 to 36 months. The process of removing SIM lock from your phone is known as "Unlocking" ." Sim lock "indicates that the current Network provider restricts our phone to use with other countries. For example: Consider you have an iPhone 7 which is locked to o2 UK . Unexpectedly, you want to switch over from UK to Australia . At that situation, your phone gets locked to particular network (o2). During that time, you need to unlock it to use your iPhone with Australia or other countries. You can get unlocking service from your Network provider/use factory unlocking method/get Remote unlocking method from any of the third-party service providers like

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