Hi, I have a question regarding unlocking iPhone. I am planning to buy an iPhone 5 on a 3 year contrsct plan. At the same time, I travel a lot on business and I plan to ask Rogers to unlock my iPhone so that I can use another SIM card when I am out of country. I know that AT&T in the US does it, not sure about Rogers. Let me know if this is something Rogers would do.
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Rogers will unlock your phone if you clarify for their policy / rule. This is there policy:
1. The phone must be bought outright and be activated on a Rogers account.
2. If the phone is bought on a term you may get the phone unlocked after 90 days from phone's activation date, you need not wait till the term expires. ***
3. The unlocking fee is $50 if Rogers decides to unlock it for you.
If you do not meet this, they will not unlock the phone for you.
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So if I don't "finish" my 3 year term with them, they won't unlock it? It does not make any sense. Can somebody confirm this?
It does make sense. if u dont believe me, here are a few sites / threads will show you the info i am giving you as well. It is correct & not lying or anything. You can also search on Google and see the same exact answer as well.. This started last year & it is the same exact unlocking policy till this day until Rogers changes it.
To have a device unlocked, a customer must:
EDIT = Adding more links.