Unlocking

WE FLASH & UNLOCK CELL PHONES. CALL US FOR A QUOTE TODAY ! 757-646-6757

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—CDMA Cell Phone Flashing—

If you have a CDMA cell phone from Verizon, Sprint, Qwest, US Cellular, Cricket, or any other CDMA service provider it can be flashed to work with any other CDMA service provider, as long as the service provider you would want to use is willing to activate it on their network. If you are not sure if your cell phone is CDMA look for a sim card. If you don’t see a sim card it is a CDMA cell phone. If it does have a sim card then it can only be unlocked to work with a compatible sim card. The most common cdma flashing service is Cricket flash since Cricket will accept any CDMA cell phone without any questions.

You can flash or reprogram most CDMA cell phones including Sprint, Verizon, Qwest, US Cellular, Metro PCS & Cricket! This allows you to switch service providers and use the same phone! Your phone book, ring tones, and other settings in the phone will stay the same. The only difference will be that it will work with your new carrier! Now you can keep your phone number and your cell phone!

We Support flashing CDMA Cell Phones to the following providers:

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We can flash to virtually any CDMA carrier on the market! However, not every carrier will take a “foreign” ESN, meaning the carrier you flash the phone to may not activate a phone that’s not originally theirs (i.e. Verizon/Sprint). It is up to you the customer to verify with the carrier you are going to to determine if the phone you have will be supported.

Is flashing & unlocking legal?

YES!

a) 65264- C “Wireless Telephone Handsets-Interoperability With Alternative Networks”- New handsets acquired after Jan 26th, 2013
“ Wireless telephone handset originally acquired from the operator of a wireless telecommunications network or retailer no later than ninety days after the effective date of this exemption (Jan 27th, 2013) to connect to a different wireless telecommunications network, if the operator of the wireless communications network to which the handset is locked has failed to unlock it within a reasonable period of time following a request by the owner of the wireless telephone handset, and when circumvention is initiated by the owner, an individual consumer,who is also the owner of the copy of the computer program in such wireless telephone handset, solely in order to connect to a different wireless telecommunications network, and such access is to the network is authorized by the operator of the network”

— GSM Cell Phone Unlocking

The term unlocking means you are given a numerical code to allow your phone to be used on any GSM network. These phones use sim cards. So if you have a cell phone that uses a sim card then it is a GSM phone that uses a GSM network. Some GSM networks are T-Mobile, AT&T, Family Mobile, and Net 10.

We unlock cell phones from any network for example :

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Is cell phone unlocking legal?

YES!

In the United States, you are 100% legally allowed to unlock all handsets which were manufactured before 2013. Handsets manufactured after 2013, you will be required to get permission from your carrier before unlocking it to use on a different network.

a) 65264- C “Wireless Telephone Handsets-Interoperability With Alternative Networks”- New handsets acquired after Jan 26th, 2013

“ Wireless telephone handset originally acquired from the operator of a wireless telecommunications network or retailer no later than ninety days after the effective date of this exemption (Jan 27th, 2013) to connect to a different wireless telecommunications network, if the operator of the wireless communications network to which the handset is locked has failed to unlock it within a reasonable period of time following a request by the owner of the wireless telephone handset, and when circumvention is initiated by the owner, an individual consumer,who is also the owner of the copy of the computer program in such wireless telephone handset, solely in order to connect to a different wireless telecommunications network, and such access is to the network is authorized by the operator of the network”

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