Now there is a solution for all those AT&T-powered off-contract iPhone users who were looking forward to unlock their iphones. On last Friday, AT&T promised that from April 8, Sunday onwards, it will initiate helping all such individuals whose accounts were still “in good standing” in unlocking their iPhone handsets. Earlier, the eligibility, policy or even the method of unlocking this iphone was not disclosed, but recently an original article in this regard has been published by The Next Web, with the help of which, all required details can be easily fetched upon.
According to The Next Web, users can unlock their iPhones either in-store or online over the AT&T’s website by having a live chat with its spokesperson. It is an easy and quick process and the user just needs to provide its International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number which is mentioned under SettingsGeneralAbout on your device.
Upon providing this number to AT&T within three days time, Apple will send a code on the email id of the customer, using which he can unlock his iPhone. But prior to this, the customer has to back-up and restore its settings and he has to bind the device to iTunes. With this, the unlocking process gets completed and the user can now use his iphone endlessly.
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