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how to unlock iphone 3g for free?

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ele-font5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
I bought an iphone and its locked to o2. Since its on PAYG, can I unlock it using my old o2 contract sim? So to avoid the £15 charge.

Or is there another possible way?
Thanks for any help
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ele-font5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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DarrylJohn#1
Iphone 3G or 3GS?
ele-font#2
DarrylJohn
Iphone 3G or 3GS?


iphone 3g
warehousestock#3
sure, you can jailbreak it :)

http://www.quickpwn.com/
Pr3cious18#4
As long as the contract sim is active (your still paying for the contract!), then you can use it to unlock for free... if not then use the payg sim card (I bought one off ebay for £3.50 with £10.00 credit applied) to bring the price down slightly :-)
ele-font#5
warehousestock
sure, you can jailbreak it :)

http://www.quickpwn.com/


i need it unlocked, not jailbroken; or would i have to do this first? :thinking:
DarrylJohn#6
You wouldnt know any difference if it was unlocked or if you used quickpwn. Because it would be fully funtional
ele-font#7
Pr3cious18
As long as the contract sim is active (your still paying for the contract!), then you can use it to unlock for free... if not then use the payg sim card (I bought one off ebay for £3.50 with £10.00 credit applied) to bring the price down slightly :-)


im still paying for the contract but its being used on another 3gs. If i place this sim in the new 3g phone, can I claim a free unlock, or would they know?
Pr3cious18#8
ele-font
im still paying for the contract but its being used on another 3gs. If i place this sim in the new 3g phone, can I claim a free unlock, or would they know?


Has that sim been used to unlock the 3gs at all? As if it hasn't, they wouldn't know otherwise! Alot of people have been doing this to bypass the £15 charge (look on the O2 website forum for information) :thumbsup:.
Zoe_B#9
I bought a 3G from ebay after my 3GS was stolen & I used the 3GS contract sim to unlock the 3G no problem :thumbsup:
chrism1899#10
ive also had my 3gs stolen just bought a 3gs from ebay thats locked to 02 i have a replacement orange sim how did u go about unlocking ur phone for free?
chrism1899#11
i have a orange contract do i do the same thing?
sedd33#12
use snow its free and simple to unlock any iphone inc 4g
chrism1899#13
number 1 i didnt mean to send it multiple times number 2 its a simple question i know 02 cant help im just asking would orange be able to unlock the phone as one of the other people above used their 02 sim to unlock the phone they bought on ebay
kwwong6969#14
I have 3g iphone. But i have changed the network from o2 to talkmobile. Unfortunately after i received the SIM then I know that the phone was no network with the talkmobile, probably the iphone is lock to o2. Can anyone tell me how to unlock the iphone so that the phone will works with talkmobile. Thanks.
leewharfe#15
i have a jailbroken 3g and it needs updating but i'm worried about losing my contacts as i need them for work. can anyone help.
csimanbanned#16
leewharfe
i have a jailbroken 3g and it needs updating but i'm worried about losing my contacts as i need them for work. can anyone help.

just backup your contacts
allenedeh01#17
hi there
allenedeh01#18
my iphone is disabled and i need it back working....can someone help?
allenedeh01#19
can anybody help me on how to get my iphone back at working
mohammedjafferjee#20
hellow i had a iphone and tried to update it to version 4.2 and it got stopped in the middle so when trying to restore the previous version it doesnt so i gave it to someone to make it for me and returning it to me it asks me to insert a valid sim with no pin lock to activate iphone what could i do to unlock it to airtel?

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