Mobile Phone Network Unlock Codes
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Unlocks is a leading global provider of permanent mobile phone network unlock codes for unlocking Alcatel, BlackBerry, HTC, LG, Samsung, Vodafone, ZTE and many more major brands! Operating online since 2003, we are one of the most experienced, trusted and reliable online mobile phone unlocking services. Don't just take our word for it, see what thousands of our satisfied customers have to say in our Testimonials section. You can also check out independent reviews of Unlocks on Trustpilot, Review Centre and GiffGaff.

Network Unlocking Made Easy

Network unlocking is the removal of the network lock on a mobile phone that prevents the use of alternative network Sim Cards. Unlocking by code is a speedy, simple and safe procedure;

Select your mobile phone from the list above to start the request process. If you are unsure about any aspect of our service, or unlocking in general, we recommend reading our Unlocking Explained article before purchasing a mobile phone unlock code. If you still have any questions or reservations about our service, please don't hesitate to Contact Us for assistance.

Is It Safe?

This is the single biggest concern for most, and the one question we receive more than any other. The simple answer is Yes, network unlocking by code is extremely safe. Mobile phones are designed to be unlocked by code, and it's the only way you can unlock your phone without affecting the warranty. If you approached the original network to unlock your phone (usually with a higher cost and longer wait times), you would be issued with the same unique unlock code we would supply. Many would visit an independent phone store for unlocking, but there are a few issues with this (1) you have to travel, which can be costly and takes up your time (2) the prices can be very high (3) some of the unlocking methods used by independent phone stores will void your warranty, and can involve risky re-programming methods that can result in usability issues and faults. Why take the risk when you can achieve the same (safer) result with a few clicks in the comfort of your own home?

Unlocking Explained

You've inserted a different Sim Card, and your mobile device is displaying one of the following;

These are just some of the messages you might see on the screen of a network locked mobile device when you attempt to use a Sim Card from a network other than the original network. They're all prompts for the entry of a unique unlock code and, once the correct unlock code has been entered, the network lock will be permanently removed, and your mobile device will accept alternative network Sim Cards.

A few testimonials from the last six months...

On Sun, 12 Feb 2017 at 23:37, Carlos M. from Trujillo, Perú said...

Excelente página, rápida respuesta, código de liberación aceptado a la primera. Recomiendo la página. yay.png

On Sun, 12 Mar 2017 at 21:18, Peter from Australia said...

Works just fine. Thank you.

On Tue, 21 Mar 2017 at 23:51, Sam Wilson from Austrilia said...

Hi Guys, I have a Alcatel pixi 4.5 which was locked with optus network.I want to use my other sim card which was Vodaphone .since my phone was network lock phone I was unable to use my sim card after that I googled how to unlock optus locked phone.Then I found this site.I order for my unlocked code ,with in couple of hours it can came to my email. I entered that code and now my phone is unlocked I can use any sim card of my choice. Thanks Unlocks.co.UK You guys are doing well keep it up wink.png tounge.png sealed.png

On Thu, 27 Oct 2016 at 16:13, Hugh KELLY from Renfrew said...

Excellent service would recommend thanks again innocent.png

On Sat, 17 Dec 2016 at 18:32, Niki from Richmond said...

Excellent service, so quick and easy to do. the £4.99 I paid was so worth it smile.png I would definitely recommend your site to anyone that asks for a great unlocking service.

On Fri, 06 Jan 2017 at 14:27, Carlos from Portugal said...

It really Works. Those guys provide a Quality Service. Easy to understand and at a fair price. They Do what they Promise. Look no further, thats my advice

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