Carrier Verizon unlock ride may be over

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  1. eyoungren macrumors Core

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  2. raqball macrumors 68000

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    Not really what the article says though...
     
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    This has been Verizon policy all along. They just haven’t been strictly enforcing it.
     
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    How has he not read the article? I read the article and I am more confused than before I started reading the article.

    It states: "Verizon wouldn't say how long the locked period would be" --- yet - "Even after the change, Verizon will continue to unlock the phone regardless of whether it's paid off or not." The second statement is affected by the first. Verizon has a history of not being super customer friendly and going back on their "word" when it conveniences them.

    My last 3 iPhones were from Apple directly as I was fed up with how Verizon stores were treating me (refusing to sell me a phone if I didn't get the insurance and getting visibly mad when I said no repeatedly). I believe because I've done this all my phones are unlocked out of the door - so I may not be a good person to comment on this.
     
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    Yeah, that happens. I'm not perfect. Sorry! :D
     
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