Re: AT&T refuses to unlock my 2 year old iPhone 3GS[ Edited ]
11-24-2011 12:04:20 PM - edited 11-24-2011 12:06:21 PM
Honestly it sounds like you chose to pick a carrier based on the device they offered, not the coverage they provide. That I will never understand.
Like all customers, you have the option of ETFing out or wainting out the contract.
Honestly, I don't think you understand. I've been with AT&T long before the iPhone existed, employer provided wireless service.
Things have changed, AT&T is soon to be my former carrier.
While the unlocking thing has been a pain, I recently dumped my iPhone 4 and replaced with an unlocked Motorola handset. Took all of 5 minutes to unlock the phone.
Ya know, I don't miss the aura of having an iPhone.
Hope your new carrier does everything that you need for it to do.
have had iphones since the3G, never did understand the fascination with the "aura" of a iphone - it is a communications tool just like every other phone on the market with it's own bent on toys. Personally don;t miss it either, but then I never seen it to start of with. Hey would love to see them unlock the iphone retroactively - will flood the fleabay market with all the retired iphones that are in the companies junk box