|reply to silentlooker |
Re: Time to arrest the developer of the program.
said by silentlooker:this has to be one of the most ignorant comments ever, not to mention a giant troll. I work in wireless, hell I worked for ATT, your contract does not state that your phone is part of it. Thats why when you loose your phone they don't replace it and thats why they sell you insurance. The contract is just for service, it has nothing to do with the phone, that is why providers lock the phone down because they don't want you on other networks. said by Rambo76098:
Once I sign the contract, it ceases to be Verizon's phone. The device is mine, and I'm legally entitled to do with it as I please. Hence the iPhone jailbreaking decision.
No the phone is still Verizon unless you outright purchased it. It 's your phone once the contact ends or you just buy it out. The contract that you signed with Verizon defines who owns the phone and what you can do with it.
I can't believe you trolled this whole thread defending large companies and that you thought people who jailbreak should be locked up. That's basically saying anybody who adjust Windows or OS X on their computer should be locked up.