by jimbosin Investigator
Investigator

my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling on?

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling

@jimbosin  You will need to request this HERE if you got the device yourself from EE.   

by jimbosin Investigator
Investigator

Re: my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling

Ok thanks Chris, done.

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling

No, EE devices are locked to EE. You may have it unlocked for free.

 

If the device had been on your contract for at least 6 months, even if that contract has now been cancelled, you can just apply using the Unlocking your device form as the Pay Monthly option and giving the mobile number that it originally came with. It will first show your current phone on that number, if any, & ask whether that is the device you want to unlock? If not, you will then have to type in the IMEI of the old phone. 

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by Grand Master
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Re: my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling

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Re: my contract has ended/renewed is my old S7 unlocked automaticallyfor selling

Morning @jimbosin

 

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