AT&T to Unlock Off-Contract iPhones
I feel like this
But, now that the 'no unlock' policy has been reversed, that means almost all the restrictive policies where the iPhone is treated as 'special' or 'different' from any other phone has now been reversed. That can't be what Apple wants....they want to be regarded as 'exclusive' but they can't be 'exclusive' if all the policies are the same as for any other phone.
I think originally it was an Apple thing, then I'm sure AT&T just kept the policy. They unlocked every other device with basically just call and asking for the code. (if one has been in good standing for 90 days or whatever).
Good luck with AT&T!!! Get ready to call and speak to around 20 different reps ,then ask for a supervisor before even getting anything in regards to a subsidy unlock code for any of their phones.
T-Mobile is more accomodating with unlock codes.
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