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To Unbar your T-Mobile Phone You will need the following:
Your phone's IMEI number: It is your phone's identity, like a serial number or a fingerprint even. Most phones have a 15-digit number written in fine print on the back of the device. You can also find it by dialing *#06# into your phone's dialer app, or go to the settings and then the About Phone section.
A SIM card from a different carrier other than T-Mobile: A SIM card is how your device connects with your wireless provider. It is also worth noting that T-Mobile is the same network carrier as MetroPCS or Metro by T-Mobile. If you change out one SIM card for another that uses the same network then usually you will not get the automatic unlock code prompt. However you cannot switch from a T-Mobile USA Sim card to MetroPCS without unlocking your phone first.
What is Unlocking?
Cellular phones are expensive technology. To help make them more affordable to new customers carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon would commonly offset the cost by locking a phone to their network. Instead of paying $600 for a new phone, new customers could pay $0 down in exchange for agreeing to a 2 or 3-year contract which had the price of the phone built into the monthly payments. The phone was then 'locked' to the network so even if you ended the contract prematurely, the phone would not work with competing services; forcing you to buy a new phone.
Unlocking a wireless device lets your phone work on any network that has compatible technology.
Why Should I liberate My T-Mobile Cell Phone?
There is usually no rush to liberate your smartphone. If you are happy with your current wireless provider (T-Mobile) you can choose to leave your device locked. However If you do choose to move to another carrier later you'll still have the right to unlock your phone later on. However if you plan on going on a last minute vacation or trip out of the country where T-Mobile is Roaming then you are usually better off unlocking your phone so that you can purchase a local sim card and save on roaming fees. Don't get stuck with your phone being network locked when you are overseas, you may find it difficult to call back home and wait on hold incurring long distance charges. Your best bet is usually to get it over with and unlatch your phone from T-Mobile now.
Free MetroPCS or Metro by T-Mobile / T-Mobile Unlocking (T-Mobile, MetroPCS or Metro by T-Mobile)
In many cases it is possible to obtain the unlocking service for you T-Mobile device free of charge by calling T-Mobile customer support directly by calling Toll Free 1 505-998-3793
however if you are on a corporate plan or your account is not in good standing they may refuse to unbar it. For corporate accounts T-Mobile is still charging an unlocking fee as of 2020. It is possible to Unlock T-Mobile iPhone free using this method.
T-Mobile MOBILE Network Unlock APP
The T-Mobile mobility network unlock method is different from most carriers as they do not use the typical 8 digit unlock code. Instead unlocking Samsung devices , Motorola phones and Google Pixel phones and other Android based phones can only be unlocked using the T-Mobile unlock APP or through the designated Network Unlock Option in the T-Mobile specific Android settings. The T-Mobile unlock App is also used for Huawei phones, LG Phones and newer HTC phones. A T-Mobile unlock App service is used to remove the network lock from your device. If your phone was made before 2015 when T-Mobile was still using unlock codes then you need to order an unlock code instead of the unlock APP service [Message us and we will provide a code instead]. If this is the case then before ordering an unlock code, make sure your phone is in fact network locked and not blocked for being blacklisted, and also that it does not have the device unlock app then simply insert a SIM card from a different carrier and make sure the phone asks automatically for a network unlock code. For T-Mobile iPhones do not take unlock codes at at. They are unlocked over the air and the unlock is pushed through iCloud or iTunes server directly to your device remotely once the request has been accepted by Apple.
Unlock T-Mobile iPhone 11, XS, XR, X, 8, 7, 6, 6S, 5S, SE, 5C, 5 & 4S by IMEI ...
These iPhone iDevices come locked when you purchased them directly from T-Mobile. In some cases carriers have begun to ship these Premium Phone models as locked to prevent theft. To get them unlocked a request to unlock the device must be made.
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To Liberate a T-Mobile iPhone an official request has to be made to Apple through the carrier ( ie: T-Mobile). Once it is approved the unlock is pushed over the air to your handset. Usually the end user is required to insert a sim card from a different carrier and then connect their iPhone to iTunes, click back up device (to prevent data loss) and then click Restore Device. Once these steps are followed a message in iTunes will display " Congratulations Your Phone has been Unlocked ". If you don't have a SIM card for your iPhone, you can connect your phone to iTunes, erase and restore it for your phone to unlock.
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About T-Mobile Mobility:
T-Mobile is the brand name used by the mobile communications subsidiaries of the German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom AG. The brand is active in the Czech Republic (T-Mobile Czech Republic), the Netherlands (T-Mobile Netherlands), Poland (T-Mobile Polska), and the United States (T-Mobile US).
The name was previously used by subsidiaries in other countries, including Albania (now Telekom Albania), Austria (now Magenta Telekom), Croatia (now Hrvatski Telekom), Germany (now Deutsche Telekom), Hungary (now Magyar Telekom), Montenegro (now Crnogorski Telekom), North Macedonia (now Makedonski Telekom), Romania (now Telekom Romania), Slovakia (now Slovak Telekom), and the United Kingdom (now EE Limited)
T-Mobile US provides wireless voice, messaging, and data services in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands under the T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile brands. The company operates the third largest wireless network in the U.S. market with over 84.2 million customers and annual revenues of $32 billion. Its nationwide network reaches 98 percent of Americans, through its EDGE 2G/HSPA 3G/HSPA+ 4G/4G LTE networks, as well as through roaming agreements (see section: Radio frequency spectrum chart). As of 2018, J. D. Power and Associates, a global marketing-information-services firm, ranked the company highest among major wireless carriers for retail-store satisfaction four years consecutively and highest for wireless customer care two years consecutively
The company owns licences to operate a 1900 MHz GSM PCS digital cellular network and AWS UMTS digital cellular networks using 600MHz, 700MHz, 850MHz, 1700 MHz and 2100 MHz covering areas of the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands . It provides coverage in areas where it does not own radio frequency spectrum licenses via roaming agreements with other operators of compatible networks. In addition to its cellular mobile network, T-Mobile US operates a nationwide Wi-Fi Internet-access network under the T-Mobile HotSpots brand. The T-Mobile HotSpot service offers access to a nationwide network of approximately 8,350 access points, installed in venues such as Starbucks coffeehouses, FedEx Office Office and Print Centers, Hyatt hotels and resorts, Red Roof Inns, Sofitel hotels, Novotel hotels, the airline clubs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and US Airways, and airports.