Many people condemn the fact that phone carriers tie down all clients and make them stay ‘in one place’. It has been said that all US carriers ought to comply with the requests of prepaid, as well as postpaid customers in order to see them satisfied and resist in such a tough market, dominated by peer pressure, smart marketing campaigns and fierce competition.
It is important to keep in mind that the debate over device unlocking has come a long way in just a few very short years. It is important to note the fact that unlocking a device can enable users to decide which carrier network to opt for. For years and years, carriers have locked down phones, not enabling people to benefit from flexibility, better and vaster choices, as well as the possibility of customizing their phone and appealing to safer and more secure options. Their motive was to keep their clients close and not see them running away to other carriers.
Having become a true forced inability to unlock the device and benefit from all sorts of apps, customized features and options, many clients sought more advantageous solutions, paid more money to get access to networks and intelligent apps or use the phone internationally. Soon, however, clients realized that the prices were much too steep and could not afford having a limiting carrier. Customers found new ways to outsmart phone services and carriers by breaking the phone system (via jailbreak- an option which quickly proved to have its flaws and risks in terms of security, efficiency and flow).
In 2013, the above-mentioned unlocking process hit a tipping point. Why? It was due to the Library of Congress decision to hold that the US DMCA (an abbreviation which stands for Digital Millennium Copyright Act) banned American clients from unlocking their device without the consent of carriers. Of course, critics took the issue without ruling. The next year, namely in 2014, came the ‘Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act’, which made unlocking the device legal again.
What clients ought to realize is that unlocking their phone is a perfectly normal procedure which, in a timely manner, can allow them to open freely all apps, enjoy customization options, benefit from security and flexibility. You can unlock your phone in four easy steps with the help of the 24/7 customer service we offer and our 100% money back guarantee. You will get all the instructions via e-mail once you agree to receive an unlock code and then select your phone model and service provider. See how easily you can unlock your phone?