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Permanent iPhone Unlock No Longer Be Forced to Stay with a Carrier

(News4us.com) April 03, 2012

Permanent iPhone Unlock No Longer Be Forced to Stay with a Carrier

Permanent iPhone Unlock No Longer Be Forced to Stay with a Carrier

iPhone users no longer have to be stuck with a cell phone provider  they don’t care for.

unlockaniphone.org has been unlocking iPhone’s for years and just recently opened a new service: Permanent  IMEI Unlocking for the iPhone.

The benefits of this new service are that the unlock is permanent and that it works with all iPhones, regardless of iOS version or Baseband version.

The customer never has to worry about losing their unlock when their iPhone is updated.

The great part of this is that the IMEI locks are factory unlocks that work with any iPhone model (3G/3GS/4/4S), and any  iOS version and any baseband guaranteed.

Another key feature is that this will not void your factory warranty and no jail break required.

Also the consumer purchasing this product will not lose any features or function with the phone.

The key features to this service are mainly that you do not have to deal with the hassle of shipping your phone to a service center to unlock it, or have to hassle with Gevey Sims.

You simply log on to the website and submit your IMEI.

If you do not know what service provider you have or are unsure of what provider the iPhone is locked to, you can simply order a provider check first.

If you select the wrong service provider or carrier the IMEI will not work.

Once you submit your IMEI on the order form and pay with a credit card you simply sit back and wait 2 to 10 days.

After you receive an e-mail from the company you simply connect your iPhone to iTunes and you will get a message that your iPhone is unlocked forever.

The price of this service varies depending upon which carrier your iPhone is locked to.

The website does offer a money back guarantee.

 


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