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..Для пользователей мобильников в США.

Here are the broad strokes of what you need to know:

  • AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon will all adopt these standards starting February 11, 2015.
  • Post-paid devices will qualify for unlocking as soon as the device is paid off or the service contract ends (depending on your specific plan, naturally).
  • Prepaid devices will qualify for unlocking no later than one year after activation.
  • Military personnel can have their phones unlocked upon presentation of deployment orders, regardless of payment status.
  • Unlocking for current customers will be performed at no cost, and at “a reasonable cost” for non-customers and former customers.

There are, naturally, some restrictions on all of this. Owners of both postpaid and prepaid devices will need to ensure that their devices have been fully paid off and that their account is in good standing with the carrier. Devices must also not have been flagged as stolen, lost, or associated with fraudulent activity. Additionally, there are two different kinds of devices that we’re looking at here, Master Subsidy Lock (MSL) and Domestic SIM Unlock-capable (DSU), and that will affect how the unlocking process happens:

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