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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by brianb773, Nov 2, 2014.
I have a boost mobile iPhone 6, how can I get it to work on ATT?
Boost is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that uses Sprint's network. Your phone will be locked to Boost (Sprint) and since Sprint never unlocks for domestic use, Boost won't be able to unlock it for you.
But can't i unlock it myself without contacting any network
Oh sure. All you need to do is access Apple's unlock database and submit the IMEI/MEID of the phone, making sure to avoid the lockout from the database that Sprint has by agreement with Apple. Easy.
If you don't have access to the databse, well
then the answer is the same.
International unlock only is available. I would assume you'd need to call Boost.
Domestic unlock - not possible.
I have no idea what you thought you'd be able to do to unlock the phone yourself. If it were that easy then the process would have been out there by now.
Wow love how sarcasm is a way to answer a question good job
I gave the OP his answer in post 2. Not possible.
OP then asks how can he unlock it himself, thus totally ignoring the answer.
And I'm being taken to task for sarcasm?
No you cannot.
And they will not unlock it even if you contact them.
I appreciate the sarcasm, but the only reason I ask..
Go for it then.
Send them your money and see how far you get.
Uhm. Yeah, wow. $999.99!
Inactive, Clean IMEI only for Sprint models. Nowhere in their price list is Boost mentioned, so I assume Sprint. And you might note that they don't list how many days it takes.
I wonder how many suckers...I mean, um, customers...they've found at that price?
Even if it's legit--which I really, really doubt--I'd bet it's faster and less expensive to just sell off the current phone & buy a new unlocked TMobile version at that price. Yow.
Yes it is
I don't see 999.99 anywhere
Take a good look under the Sprint icon, below the part where it talks about inactivated with a clean IMEI and the list of models.
That's a great deal