10-03-2011 12:12 PM
I have recently heard that I can now have my contract iPhone 4 unlocked, please can you confirm this and help me get it unlocked!
There seems to be many conflicting reports around saying many different things, so please can you clarify the current policy, and help me with my unlock.
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11-03-2011 08:17 AM
I can see that you've asked a similar query on this thread here, where you've provided a greater amount of information. As I've already logged the other thread to be looked at by the team, we'll post our response there so that we don't duplicate the information.
11-03-2011 12:20 PM - edited 15-03-2011 01:25 PM
Thanks for posting, I can confirm that we are definitely able to unlock Contract iPhones, details of how to arrange this can be found here: Network Unlock Codes.
If you're experiencing difficulties then please reply to the email I've just sent you and we'll be able to arrange this for you.
14-03-2011 01:10 PM
Yes I keep getting conflicting information, and am getting a little tired of it to be honest.
Just yesterday they told me it cannot be unlocked, then i pointed out they are incorrect, and then recived another apology, saying it can now unlocked and is in procees, however they keep refering to the NUC, which would not work with an iPhone, as from what I am aware, Apple send an activation to the mobile via iTunes!
I would like to know the status of my unlock please my refrence is
Please can one of the admins, post the correct procedure to unlock the iphone 4, and what happens next?! is it confusing on purpose????
14-03-2011 01:52 PM
This mean we can not use iphone when we go to abroad unless put on roaming.
14-03-2011 05:42 PM
14-03-2011 05:50 PM
Just wondered if one needs to be online while connected to itunes for the unlocking to take effect? I have just restored my iphone 4 on itunes without internet connection and it hasnt unlocked the phone with non Vodafone sim. Please help. Vexed with this problem of getting iphone 4 unlocked!
14-03-2011 05:57 PM
when you connected you don`t need to do anything, it will automatically unlocked.
15-03-2011 10:35 AM
I have got confirmation from Vodafone that
"As per process we are unable to take request for unlocking code for customers in commitment for i phone handset"
In this case better to buy Iphone from apple store and get sim only deal (12 month contract)
15-03-2011 11:14 AM
I can confirm that we are definitely able to unlock iPhones, even if you're still in Contract. Previously we didn't do this, however this changed a few months back now.
As it stands, it's free to unlock an iPhone unless it was purchased on PAYG less than 12 months ago, in which case it would be £19.99. The link in my previous post explains how to go about arranging an unlock code. The actual process of unlocking an iPhone is slightly different to other phones though. For other phones we request an NUC from the manufacturer. Once received, this can then be entered into the phone. For iPhones, we follow the same process, however there is no NUC, the iPhone will simply be unlocked when connected to iTunes once the unlock has been enabled.
InspiringTechn, I notice you've been having difficulty getting your iPhone unlocked. If you reply to the email I've just sent you, then we'll be able to arrange this for you.
15-03-2011 01:10 PM
Now i believe that this forum really works , i recommend to all fellow Vodafone customers to join here to get very clear information and rapid response.