Changing Carriers Doesnt Mean Changing Phones

Over the last few years I’ve met a lot of people who are unhappy with their wireless carrier. Maybe they’ve been with their carrier for a few years and try to stick it out, or maybe they were immediately dissatisfied with some aspect of the service. Either way, as a consumer they have the right to decide who their carrier will be. If they have an iPhone, they may be surprised to find that there is no iPhone unlock official information on the website for any of these carriers. That’s because they don’t want you to leave. They don’t want you to be able to use your phone on other carriers.

Fortunately, I know the best place to find information about unlocking an iPhone. I actually found out about the website just before one of my former students approached me with the predicament. He has been with his carrier for two years, and his contract just expired. He was ready to make a change. Unfortunately, his iPhone from one carrier would not easily transition over to a new carrier. He spoke with his current carrier, and they said there was nothing they could do. I never take no for an answer, so I immediately directed him to my favorite website, and told him he could do it himself.

He found me a week later to thank me for my help. He said it didn’t take very long at all, and he was able to unlock his iPhone. He’s a very bright student, and he decided to share this information with all of his friends. Now everyone in his circle has the freedom to make a choice and make a change with their phone carrier. That’s exactly the way it should be. We should be forced to stay with a single carrier, especially if we find something better.