o2 to allow you to unlock all iphones very shortly


    Q: Is there any truth in the rumour that after Orange and Vodafone are able to sell the iPhone you will not allow people to unlock their iPhone, even if they are out of their contract period? If so, how can you justify this action if the customers have paid for the phone over the life of their contract and you will not be the sole carrier? Do you not think this would possibly be illegal under EU law?

    Andy McConn, Glasgow


    There is absolutely no truth in that rumour. Once the iPhone becomes available on other UK networks, we will allow O2 customers to unlock their iPhones, although of course they will still need to honour any outstanding contract period they have. At the end of their contract period, they are entirely free to move to another operator though naturally we hope they wont want to!


    Thanks for that :thumbsup:

    That's fine for contract customers, what about the payg customers? Any one have any news, rr any news about a GeoHot/Dev-Team unlock solution?
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