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Don't know how to unlock my mobile device to all networks

Some (smart)phones are locked to the carrier (operator) they are purchased from. This means that you can only use that (smart)phone only with a SIM card of the carrier you bought your (smart)phone from. There are many fake websites which claim that they can unlock your mobile device if you pay a certain amount of money, however, this is not true. The suggestions shown below will show you the safest ways to unlock your device, based on the place you bought it from.

Note: Please bear in mind that some USA mobile devices, purchased from Verizon and Sprint, use CDMA, and they cannot be used in other countries out of the USA.

If you bought a second-hand (smart)phone, ask the person who sold it to you where (i.e. in which country) they bought it from.

Select specifications which apply:

Click on this if you use a Samsung mobile device.

Click on this if you use an iPhone mobile device.

Click on this if you use a Sony mobile device.

Click on this if you use an HTC mobile device.

Click on this if you use a Blackberry mobile device.

Click on this if you use a Xiaomi mobile device.

Click on this if you use a Huawei mobile device.

Click on this if you use an LG mobile device.

Click on this if you use a device from a different manufacturer than the ones mentioned here.

Click on this if you bought your device in the USA.

Click on this if you bought your device in France.

Click on this if you bought your device in Germany.

Click on this if you bought your phone in a different country than the ones mentioned here.

  1. Through Telekom's website

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  2. Through Vodafone's website

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  3. Check if your device can recognize SIM cards

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  4. Ask the operator to unlock your device

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  5. Call the operator (carrier) you are subscribed to

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  6. Call AT&T's support

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  7. Call T−Mobile's support

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  8. Call Sprint's support

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  9. Call Centurylink's support

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  10. Call Verizon's support

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