by kharrhy
Explorer

damaged my phone so transferred the sim into old phone. How do I unlock the sim?

Hello,

 

I have damaged the screen on my S8.  I have transferred my sim into my old S6 edge but I need a sim network unlock pin.  Does anyone know how I get this?

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by Star Contributor
Star Contributor

Re: damaged my phone so transferred the sim into old phone. How do I unlock the

Hello and Welcome to the community. Which network is the S6 edge locked to (which network did you get it from).

by kharrhy
Explorer

Re: damaged my phone so transferred the sim into old phone. How do I unlock the

Hello,

it is locked to vodafone. I have just requested for it to be unlocked but
it can take up to 10 working days. I need my phone for my business so I'm
pretty desperate to find a solution until I can get my screen replaced

[mod edit: removed personal information from the public forum]

by Star Contributor
Star Contributor

Re: damaged my phone so transferred the sim into old phone. How do I unlock the

Your response includes your work email signature so you might want to edit your message.

Potentially you could get an unlock code from a third party at (small) cost.
by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: damaged my phone so transferred the sim into old phone. How do I unlock the

It is up to Voda to unlock the phone you purchased from them. It has nowt to do with EE who can't even speed it up. They take up to 10 days too.

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