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Steve B
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join:2004-08-02
Seattle, WA

My Experience

AT&T unlocked my iPhone 4S without any issues. They did ask that certain contractual obligations were met and that my account was paid and in good standing. Honestly, I don't think the contractual obligations request is out of line but, the others I feel are pushing it.


Androidian

join:2012-12-14
Purcellville, VA
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Why is the contractual obligation not out of line, when you're going to be forced to pay an ETF if you leave them early anyway? Just curious to understand your point of view. My belief is that the phone is either yours or it isn't - there's no shady gray middle ground in between.
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Steve B
Premium
join:2004-08-02
Seattle, WA

said by Androidian:

Why is the contractual obligation not out of line, when you're going to be forced to pay an ETF if you leave them early anyway? Just curious to understand your point of view. My belief is that the phone is either yours or it isn't - there's no shady gray middle ground in between.

You're right. I guess I should've added that if you pay an ETF that they should unlock it. Let's assume one hasn't or wouldn't. Then the contractual obligations aren't out of line.