I requested to unlock my iPhone SE (which was paid off at purchase) last week from AT&T online. I was rejected. The email stated because I had not used the SE for 6 months. While this was true, I'm a post-paid customer, and nowhere online does it say that you must have 6 months of service for an unlock. This applies to GoPhone/Pre-paid customers. It does say you need 60 days of active service though, which I'm assuming applies to post-paid customers, which I had with the SE. So I call AT&T and the representative looks into my request and says yes, it has to be 6 months. I say that this is not stated online anywhere. She then checks with a supervisor who backs her up. What??? She says she will go ahead and submit my request with notes. The next day I get an email saying the unlock has been granted. Okay, so can we clarify what is going on here? Nowhere online does it state you must have 6 months of AT&T service with a phone as a post-paid customer to unlock a device. EDIT - To be crystal clear, the phone was purchased from Swappa locked to AT&T and never once activated.