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Dates and costs
The order realization times as well as the costs of purchasing the simlock unlocking codes vary depending on the brand of the phone or the service provider's network. Detailed information can be found in the price list.
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We offer remote simlock unlocking for Alcatel with the use of a code entered on the phone's keypad. The service is available for Acer Alcatel Apple iPhone BlackBerry HTC Huawei LG Modem Huawei Motorola Nokia Pantech Samsung Sony Sony Ericsson and ZTE.
How to remove a simlock?
1. Select mobile brand
2. Select phone model
3. Fill in and send the form
4. Make the payment
The simlock unlocking code for Alcatel along with a manual will be sent to the e-mail address you provide in the order form.
Based on the phone's data, such as: the brand and model, its IMEI serial number and the network of the service provider it is locked for, a unique unlocking code for Alcatel is generated. After inputting the unlock code on the phone's keypad the simlock is disabled. The remote unlocking mechanism does not require any cables or additional software. Remote simlock unlocking is the simplest method of removing the SIMLOCK lock.
Is removing SIMLOCKS safe?
Disabling the simlock by entering a unique unlocking code on the phone's keypad is an option introduced by the manufacturer, hence - a checked, safe and efficient method. Our Alcatel unlocking process is easy to use and simple. This is the same method used by networks and carriers.
Why does one disable a phone's SIMLOCK?
The limitation has been implemented in the mobile phone in such a way, that it can operate with SIM cards of only one specific service provider. Remote unlocking Alcatel phone with the use of a code disables this protection and extends the usability of a phone, thus making it possible to use SIM cards of all networks' service providers from all over the world.