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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by DaveTaylor, Aug 13, 2009.
Does this mean my new iPhone 3GS is fully unlocked?
From what I have read on other fourms, yes, that does mean that your iPhone is unlocked to all Networks. Can i ask how you managed to get that screen??
...i just don't understand the reasoning behind being congratulated on unlocking your phone?
Yes, that is what it means. You need help to translate these other posts in English as well?
Count me in as another curious one How did you do it?
Do you get congratulations after jailbreaking?
Dad bought me an iPhone 3GS for my birthday and wasn't sure if it was or not, just noticed the plug is European so it's obviously been imported lol.
Belgian or Italian, I guess. Nice one!
My birthday's coming up soon. Can I give your dad my address
Lol, Sadly I think he wouldn't get one for you lol.
meh, I'd prefer to go with O2, currently, although their reception is crap here, it's better than other networks, and their procing is quite fair in the long term.
I'd laugh if a problem develops with OP's iPhone.. becuase Apple UK won't replace it.
Get apple care for it, and they will.
Mean your phone factory unlock/apple unlock . I have the same message everytime I JB my iPhone.
We did a test using an imported one for it, techie said no.
Cause you're finally broke free and you can use your iphone on any GSM network without any restrictions.
That itself is a big deal.
I congratulated myself on unlocking my phone, because I have a $56 t-mobile plan which has roughly the same features as a $90 at&t plan, plus MMS.
Plus slow Edge internet
I'll take slow edge if it means no contract, and saving $816 over a 2 year period.
Thats your choice, I wont put up with Edge ever again. Hope that new 7.2mbs speed bump by AT&T gets here soon.
Is there a way to track where the bumps have been made?
I think its only Chicago and one more city so far but they said by the end of the year they're going to start rolling out more locations countrywide.