http://www.sprint.com/legal/unlocking_policy.html I noticed their unlock policy has changed to I took to Sprint chat to see if they could do domestic unlocks. Customer: helo Customer: is it possible to unlock a gsm capable phone for domsetic use? Freddie S: Harrison, Sprint provide CDMA services. Do you want to unlock Sprint phone? Freddie S: provides* Customer: What I'm saying sir Customer: Some Sprint phones come with GSM services built in Customer: Sprint locks these services down Customer: Is it possible to unlock them for domestic use? Freddie S: I understand it. I will be glad to assist you. Freddie S: Once the agreement is completed and the phone is released from the account, you can request to unlock the phone. Customer: Ok Customer: Then I will be able to use AT&T and T-Mobile with my phone? Freddie S: For customers to use unlocked Sprint-branded phones on other carriers (in U.S. markets) is subject to their policy and network compatibility. Customer: But Sprint will fully unlock the GSM portion of the device to use on another carrier in the US correct? Provided you have completed your contract. Freddie S: Sprint International roaming team can unlock the phone. There will be no restrictions from our end. If other service provider allow to activate that the phone and their network supports it, you cna use that Customer: Ok, thank you I have no clue if they are actually allowing domestic unlocks now, but I think it's a glimmer of hope for anyone that uses Sprint.