Hey! So I called Rogers today, my cell phone provider in Canada, to ask if my iPhone 4S which I purchased off an individual privately was eligable to be unlocked. The person who sold me the phone told me it was a Rogers phone, so I figured that he bought it with a contract and wanted to flip it. Rogers informed me that the person had purchased the phone at full price "partially unlocked". Meaning that the phone is unlocked untill the moment you pop in a sim card from any provider then it's permanently locked. I questioned him a bit more, he kept saying the same thing and as I didn't have a simcard from another carrier to test the phone I paid the $50 unlocking fee. I've been googling and I can't find any mention of a such called "partially unlocked" iPhone. Especially one at full retail price. Does such a thing exist, or did they pull a fast one on me? Thanks for any help! Tl:dr Does Apple sell a "partially unlocked" iPhone that is carrier-free until you place a sim card into it?