1. traylorc's Avatar
    Or they could use a great little feature called the search button...
    Or maybe we should just sue you and ATT for not posting the link sooner!
    06-28-2009 07:01 PM
  2. Jeremy's Avatar
    Or maybe we should just sue you and ATT for not posting the link sooner!
    I know right... crazy world we live it.
    06-28-2009 07:02 PM
  3. btown11's Avatar
    when you get a new mortgage for your house, the old bank doesn't have to give you the new banks' phone number. simply put, you're allowed to unlock the iPhone and use it on a different network, but they don't have to tell you how. besides, it's well known by now there is no "unlock code" with the iPhone -- it has to be software unlocked.
    06-28-2009 07:22 PM
  4. sting7k's Avatar
    AT&T has no obligation under the law or anything else to unlock your iPhone, BB, Razr, Propel, Jack, Tilt, etc. The codes are also supplied by the phone manufacturer's as far as I've heard, so it's likely Apple doesn't even give them to AT&T.

    There is nothing that can stop you from unlocking it yourself. No matter what Apple or AT&T say unlocking your cell phone yourself is 100% legal, they just don't have to help you do it.
    06-28-2009 07:43 PM
  5. touchyphone's Avatar
    Jailbreak, and unlock. Use a turbo sim!
    06-28-2009 11:52 PM
  6. Jeremy's Avatar
    Jailbreak, and unlock. Use a turbo sim!
    Why waste money on a turbo sim when you can easily use ultrasn0w?
    06-28-2009 11:59 PM
  7. GMJeff's Avatar
    Just a little thought I was pondering.

    What if unlocking the iPhone, already mentioned as being a software unlock, is considered to be in violation of the EULA (End User License Agreement) of the device? Whereas the software unlock may have come from someone reverse engineering the OS.

    Hmmm. Like I said, just wondering.
    06-29-2009 01:30 AM
  8. chobbs1's Avatar
    Careful Ash...I smell a trap!!!
    06-29-2009 02:25 AM
  9. Christinme7890's Avatar
    yeah i don't think you ahve a case. Just unlock it yourself and don't worry about it. ATT is not exactly the greatest company in the world. Nto to mention you are buying the phone but that doesn't mean you can use it however you want. It is still a product of a company.
    06-29-2009 08:54 AM
  10. big9erfan's Avatar
    Just a little thought I was pondering.

    What if unlocking the iPhone, already mentioned as being a software unlock, is considered to be in violation of the EULA (End User License Agreement) of the device? Whereas the software unlock may have come from someone reverse engineering the OS.

    Hmmm. Like I said, just wondering.
    It is explained right here: http://forum.theiphoneblog.com/iphon...ml#post1492769
    06-29-2009 09:43 AM
  11. Duvi's Avatar
    You do realize that you just linked us back right to this very thread?
    06-29-2009 09:46 AM
  12. traylorc's Avatar
    06-29-2009 01:23 PM
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