Easiest way to unlock 3G iphone to use outside the US?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bluelondon, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. bluelondon macrumors regular

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    i'm in the uk for a few weeks and i have a t-mobile pay as you go sim card here which i just throw into my handset when i'm over here, since i don't stay longer than a few months a year i don't really need a contract over here. but the iphone i purchase in the US is obviously locked to AT&T's network, so i was wondering what is the easiest way to unlock the iphone so i can use it over here in the UK for a few weeks and then go back to AT&T in the US when i return.

    thanks
     
  2. barryallott macrumors member

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    Unfortunatly the 3G iphone is currently not able to be unlocked. bad times!
     
  3. yode macrumors 6502

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    wait for the unlock to come out? Besides that I would think maybe calling at&t about it, but i doubt they will do anything (I may be wrong).
     
  4. bluelondon thread starter macrumors regular

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    yeah i was so busy leading up to my flight i forget to call them about this. i'll call them and see what they say, although i have a feeling i already know, no service outside the states.
     
  5. zainjetha macrumors 6502a

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    Ofcourse their answer will be no service outside of USA.. Personally I have a feeling that in a couple of months Apple will announce unlocking of all iPhones on contract...

    When you think about it reasonably:
    Once you have already signed up to Apple/ATT/o2 contract, they've got your neck in the trap till your contract is up... So unlocking it would do them no harm as they already have your line rental off you.
     

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