Unlock AT&T iPhone XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6S and 6 (plus), SE, 5S

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If your iPhone is not actived, there will be a little "i" button on the screen, tap it to get your IMEI
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Unlock AT&T iPhone XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6S and 6 (plus), SE, 5S
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AT&T iPhone unlock with the cheapest price warranted! We provide cheapest and fastest AT&T unlock in the market. Our team has been working from 2011, unlocked thousands of iPhones and be loved by our happy customers. If you found us and reading this description, then we have to say "Congratulations !" because you've found a right place to unlock your iPhone!

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Unlock AT&T iPhone XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6S and 6 (plus), SE, 5S

*Please note this service currently supports clean, out of contract imei. Handsets in contract, with unpaid bills, or lost/stolen will be rejected and additional payment required for premium service*

About AT&T carrier

AT&T Inc. is an American multinational telecommunications corporation, headquartered at Whitacre Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas. AT&T is the second largest provider of mobile telephone and the largest provider of fixed telephone in the United States, and also provides broadband subscription television services. AT&T is the third-largest company in Texas (the largest non-oil company, behind only ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, and also the largest Dallas company). As of May 2014, AT&T is the 23rd-largest company in the world as measured by a composite of revenues, profits, assets and market value, and the 16th-largest non-oil company. As of 2014, it is also the 20th-largest mobile telecom operator in the world, with over 120.6 million mobile customers (By Wikipedia)

 

How to unlock AT&T iPhone XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6S, 6 (plus), SE, 5S?

Step 1: If you already known your iPhone carrier is AT&T, you can skip this step. If you are not sure, please Check your iPhone carrier / network first

Step 2: From this page, you will see the product name (Here is AT&T USA), product image, and a form to insert your IMEI number. Click to the form input and insert your IMEI number. After inserted, your iPhone information will appear in the blue segment to confirm that you've inserted a correct IMEI.

Step 3: Once you confirmed the IMEI number and the iPhone model selected are correct, let click the "Unlock NOW" button. You will be redirected to the checkout page, you should provide your billing information here and click "Pay with PayPal".

Step 4: After received your PayPal payment and verified it's clean, we will change your order status to "Processing" and submit your IMEI to AT&T and whitelist it from Apple activation database (You will be received an email for this change). This step may take 1-5 days.

Step 5: This is final step - Complete your unlocking! We will send you an email with subject "Congratulations! Your iPhone has been unlocked". When you see that email, just simply connect your iPhone to a Wifi network and insert any SIM card, your iPhone should work instantly!

If it doesn't work, please try to go: Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset network settings, then try again to connect your iPhone to a Wifi network and insert any SIM card.

(You will not lose your Jailbreak with 2 methods above)

If 2 methods above are not working (Almost of cases happened if you are using iOS 6 or lower), then you have to connect your iPhone to Apple iTunes and restore it to latest iOS version

 

Unlock AT&T iPhone XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6S, 6 (plus), SE, 5S

 

Unlock AT&T iPhone Legitimately and Reliably

 

So you’ve decided to unlock your AT&T iPhone from the carrier’s network. What next? What are the different types of iPhone unlocks available? Which methods work? Which ones are risky for my device or unethical to begin with? With all these questions buzzing through your mind, you’ve obviously decided to go for it or at least research the best way to unlock an iPhone that’s on an AT&T contract.

 

The first step is to understand what an iPhone unlock is. In simple terms, it is the temporary or permanent removal of the SIM lock applied by the carrier, which prevents you from using a different carrier SIM on that phone.

 

So what’s a SIM lock? It is a time-bound restriction that prevents the device from being used with another carrier’s services by locking the SIM to the device. This information is recorded in the carrier’s as well as Apple’s servers, and the status can only be changed with express approval from the carrier.

 

Therefore, it logically follows that any attempt to bypass the carrier or Apple and unlock your iPhone without permission is considered unethical at best and illegal at worst.

 

But what are these unethical iPhone unlock methods?

 

Software Unlock for iPhone

 

There are two different types of iPhone unlocking, so don’t get confused. One is a security-related action that unlocks the access credentials on your iPhone, such as your passcode or Touch ID. This software is used when you forget your passcode or your iPhone’s authentication methods don’t work for any reason. This is different from carrier unlocking.

 

Carrier unlocking, or SIM unlocking, is where you unblock the device’s ability to use any SIM from any carrier. It has nothing to do with your passcode or Face ID. It is concerned with your ability to use the phone with another SIM. It’s as simple as that. But simple as it seems, the process is a complicated one that requires several steps and multiple entities to facilitate it.

 

A software unlock for iPhone is like a jailbreak, but with the specific objective of neutralizing the SIM lock and freeing your phone for use with other SIMs. The status will still be “locked” in the carrier’s and Apple’s respective databases, but the jailbreak-like modification will let you use a different service.

 

At this point, you’ll encounter the ethicality of doing a software unlock for iPhone. On the one hand, you could justify it like a typical jailbreaker would, claiming that since it’s your device, you’re free to do whatever you think is right. On the other, if your intention is merely to cheat the carrier and not pay your remaining contract amount, that would be a monumentally bad idea.

 

So a software unlock might sound like a good idea if your intention is good, but now you’re faced with the question: what software do I use? The problem is, such software is usually open-source and developed by individuals or small teams. They’re often not beta-tested properly, they might not have a stable version or they may typically have iOS version limitations. In any case, it’s a risk because one wrong move could brick your device for good. You’ll soon find yourself spending a chunk of money on restoring your device to working order, putting you further out of pocket - in case you spent for the software as well.

 

Hardware Unlock for iPhone

 

A hardware unlock can be the most disastrous experience you ever put your iPhone through. To cut things short, it won’t work on the latest iPhone models, so don’t even try it. On older devices, you used to be able to actually open up your iPhone and make certain hardware modifications to bypass the SIM lock and let you use any SIM, but Apple has blocked all those with newer and more secure or tamper-proof iPhone internal designs. For example, in 2011, Apple decided to start using pentalobular screws to make opening an iPhone very difficult. They had been using similar Torx screws for the MacBook Pro since 2009, but the modified version of the same screw was implemented on iPhones made after 2010.

 

So hardware unlocking is not even up for consideration now. It’s a dated method, but you’ll still find vendors selling iPhone unlocking hardware kits online. Don’t waste your money on them because, even if you won the lottery and unlocked your iPhone from the SIM lock, your warranty was probably voided in the process, not to mention that you may have permanently broken something else while forcing the unlock.

 

So what other options does an iPhone user have to unlock their device and start using a different SIM, and are there any permanent and legitimate ways to unlock iPhone?

 

IMEI Whitelisting Explained: How to Unlock iPhone Permanently and Legitimately?

 

The IMEI is your device’s identification tag. Every device has a unique IMEI, so it’s almost like your phone’s fingerprint. This is a global telecommunications protocol to prevent the misuse of mobile cellular services. It is used for a variety of purposes, but for your carrier, it’s a way to lock your device to their network. This is what we call a SIM lock. The lock is applied to the specific IMEI, which means your device can only be used on that carrier’s network and with that SIM.

 

If you try and insert another SIM, you’ll get this message on the iPhone or in iTunes:

 

"The SIM card inserted in this iPhone does not appear to be supported. Only compatible SIM cards from a supported carrier may be used to activate iPhone. Please insert the SIM card that came with your iPhone or visit a supported carrier store."

 

To be clear, Apple cannot do an iPhone unlock for you. Only the carrier has this privilege because you’re under contract with them, not Apple. Technically, the device belongs to the carrier until the due is paid in full, sort of like a hypothecation or a lease-to-own arrangement.

 

Every carrier has its own terms and conditions for unlocking a device. For example, in the United States, AT&T demands that three requirements be met.

 

“To unlock an AT&T phone, tablet, or mobile hotspot, make sure your device:

 

  • Is active for at least 60 days with no past-due or unpaid balance, if you purchased on an installment or term agreement

  • Has a completed contract or paid-off installment agreement

  • Isn't reported as lost, stolen, or involved with fraud”

 

These are some of the reasons why you won’t be able to unlock the iPhone with the carrier. Besides, the process itself is prolonged, and you might have to wait for weeks before you finally get approved or rejected.

 

Fortunately, there’s a much quicker and cheaper way to unlock your iPhone, and that is to use an authorized iPhone unlock service provider like DoctorUnlock.net.

 

How Does DoctorUnlock.net Unlock iPhone from Any Carrier in the US, UK or Globally?

 

Our iPhone unlock process uses the appropriate fast-track channels to get your request approved and your phone unlocked quickly and for much less money than you’d pay the carrier for the same service. Our access privileges allow us to manually request a SIM unlock from the carrier, and then update that in Apple’s database. This is the only way to do a legit iPhone unlock without contacting your carrier directly.

 

 

 

Why Unlock an iPhone on Contract?

 

You might be wondering why you need to unlock an iPhone that’s still on contract. We briefly talked about traveling overseas, but why would you not want to use the same number abroad? The obvious reason is the ridiculous roaming rates that most carriers charge. That scenario is slowly changing, and even companies like AT&T offer an International Day Pass or another program to help you control overseas roaming fees, but most unlimited plans aren’t unlimited as soon as you step off your home shores. Data and voice charges are often impractical and unnecessarily high. In such a situation, it’s better to quickly unlock your phone so you can use another SIM at your destination.

 

Lack of network coverage is another major reason why people unlock their iPhones. For example, Sprint might offer faster data where you live, but your office is better suited to an AT&T plan. You spend a lot of time in both places, so it makes sense to unlock your iPhone and use AT&T at work and Sprint when you’re at home. It’s a way to get the best of both worlds. But, again, you need to do it legitimately because of the risks associated with other methods.

 

Another reason is that you may not want to use that SIM on that iPhone. You may be lending your phone to a relative or friend, and you might not want them to use it and run up your data and other charges. That way, they can use a different SIM on it and you won’t be saddled with the bill.

 

Whatever your reason, the best way to unlock any iPhone model is to approach a qualified and authorized vendor such as DoctorUnlock.net. Under any circumstances, do not risk bricking your device or voiding your warranty by using a software hack or a hardware tweak. It’s just not worth the effort because what’s at stake is a thousand-dollar phone. Do you really need such an expensive paper-weight?!

 

Unlock your AT&T iPhone for FREE! Our starting price is $0 supported all iPhone, no payment required. Under contract and blacklisted IMEI are also supported for an additional fee.
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