AT&T Factory Unlock Service for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus Offers 3-Day Turnaround
(SI Newswire) If you need to unlock your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 plus that is locked to AT&T, the fastest way to do that is to use an unlocking service: UnlockiPhone6.us (http://UnlockiPhone6.us) that provides iPhone factory unlock codes online.
One of the top reasons for SIM unlocking an iPhone is to be able to use it on other networks especially when travelling abroad. Unlocking your new or used iPhone prior to travelling abroad will save you a lot of money on roaming and data fees. By simply switching over to a local carrier's SIM card, you will be able to use your iPhone freely; whether you need to look up a nearby coffee shop, book a place on the go or get directions on your GPS for your road trip. Calling and texting will also come at a fraction of what At&t charges on their international calling plans. And the best part, there will be no surprise mobile bills waiting for you on your returning back to U.S. Then simply put your At&t SIM back in the phone to continue using the At&t network.
The At&t iPhone 6 supports international SIM cards just like their other earlier versions of iPhone 5 and 5S. So, it will work with any GPS carrier worldwide... well, after unlocking it of course. How to get it unlocked?
It is no secret that unlocking an iPhone may be a hassle, especially if one just recently got their phone under contract agreement. While the new regulations and recently enacted law requires carriers to unlock their customers devices once the contract expires, there are no such requirements for in-contract devices. It is basically up to the carriers to decide the fate of this group of iPhone users. At&t stated publicly in the past that they are very much happy to unlock customers' mobile devices as along as certain reasonable conditions have been met.
These conditions limit the number of mobile devices that one can unlock per account per year (5), and also there is a minimum service duration one must meet to be eligible for an unlocking code. At&t sets this to 90 days (3 months) for most users. It goes without saying that during that time you should have no missed payments (declined credit cards) on your plan at all. Many people who just got their new iPhone on a prepaid plan from an At&t retailer will also have to meet these conditions though they have paid a full price for their iPhones.
At&t Unlock Request Processing Times
The good news is that it usually takes a few days (3 days on average) to process the request. All accounts in good standing get quick turnaround times within just 24 hours. If your account however needs review, it may take up to 5 business days to hear back about the unlock status. Also notice that devices that have been reported lost or stolen may not be used on non-At&t carriers within the U.S. Lastly, a factory SIM unlock is not the same as iCloud unlock.
Visit http://UnlockiPhone6.us to see current quotes for iPhone 6 factory unlock codes.
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