Unlock Your telstra Phone

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If you want to unlock your Telstra mobile phone and use it with other providers, you have come to right place. Unlocking will remove network (carrier) lock from your device and allow you to use it with any SIM from any carrier network you want.

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Unlock Your Device Easily

Unlocking is quite simple. No technical knowledge or past experience is needed. You can easily unlock your Mobile device and use it with any compatible carrier you want. In case of your phone is asking for a network unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN or Service Provider Lock Code), we will obtain required code from carrier or manufacturer device databases using your phone's Unique IMEI (serial) number via our data provider. After that, we will send them to you by e-mail (you can also view the codes on tracking page). Once you have your code, you will only need to insert your new SIM and enter to complete unlocking.

If your device does not ask for an unlock code but shows only SIM or network locked message, you can our USB Unlock software that can unlock your phone in minutes. Your Device is connected to a PC via USB Cable and network lock is removed using software. Software can unlock Boost Samsung, Motorola and LG devices in minutes and it is more economical and faster. Unlock Software is proffered for phones that cannot be unlocked with a code or where a quicker unlocking process is desired.

After unlocking, you will able to use any SIM from any compatible carrier network. You can unlock Boost mobile devices without requiring any eligibility. It does not matter If you have an active plan or ongoing contract. Once unlocked you can use your device freely with any mobile carrier you want.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is SIM Network Unlock Some mobile devices are restricted (locked) to specific carrier network, meaning that your device will only work with their SIMs and will not accept SIM cards from other providers. SIM network Unlocking means, you remove this network lock, and use your device with any SIM from any compatible mobile carrier network.

Is Unlocking Guaranteed?

We guarantee to provide a valid code if your phone is asking for "SIM Network Unlock PIN". If software is offered for your phone after selecting your device on above form, we guaranty our software will unlock your phone. We will also not charge you until unlocking is completed (unlock code or software is delivered). You will pre-order with zero risk, and complete order only when you unlock your device. You can view details of our Guarantee here.

Is Unlocking Safe? How does it Affect Warranty and Performance?

Our offered unlocking methods do not make any changes in your device's software or hardware. Unlocking does not effect any applications and data so you can be sure that it will not make any changes to your phone. These preferred by mobile device manufacturers and carriers, so our methods are the safest for unlocking.

SIM Network Unlock Guide

How Does It Work
How SIM Lock is Removed?

Some mobile devices can be unlocked by entering a network unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN). Although some of them can be unlocked with an unlock code, other methods may be needed when it is not possible to unlock device with network unlock code (If device does not ask for a network unlock code). In this case, the remote unlock method (UICC unlock) or unlocking software can be used for unlocking.

Unlocking methods may differ depending on the device's manufacturer, model, and original network. This could be an unlock code, software, or a Remote Unlock App (UICC unlock).

To give brief information, we can define them under a few methods.

Network Unlock Code: Manufacturers program some models to be unlocked using an unlock code. When devices are programmed at the factory, the device manufacturer assigns a network unlock code and stores these codes in their mobile device databases. They share these unlock codes with providers, service centers, and authorized data providers when required. If the phone needs to be unlocked, the unlock process is completed by entering the SIM unlock code programmed by the manufacturer. If your phone is asking for a network unlock code (SIM Network Unlock PIN), it can be obtained from carrier or manufacturer device databases using your phone's unique IMEI (serial) number via a data provider. Once you have your code, you will only need to insert your new SIM and enter it to complete unlocking.

Unlocking Software: The Unlock software method can be used in cases where the Unlock code cannot be found in the manufacturer or carrier device databases, or when the device does not ask for a network unlock code. Your Device is connected to a PC via USB Cable and network lock is updated using software. The software method is often more economical and faster. It is recommended for phones that cannot be unlocked with a code or where a quicker unlocking process is desired (Software is delivered instantly and the process is completed in a few minutes).

Remote (UICC) Unlock: Some devices may not ask for an unlock code but they can be unlocked remotely. The universal integrated circuit card (UICC) stands for the smart card in mobile devices that store security data. UICC unlock is method of removing a carrier lock from a device remotely without needing an unlock code or using software.

When you use a SIM from a different provider, your device will connect to carrier/manufacturer device database servers and check for network unlock status. To unlock the device, simlock status is update to unlocked in these databases via a data provider.

Note: Only eligible devices (fully paid and active on network) can be unlocked with UICC method. Devices with following status (Non-Eligible) can not be unlocked with UICC method;

- Unpaid (Not fully paid),

- Non-completed installments,

- Devices with past due balances,

- Not activated devices, and

- Activated devices less than 60 days old.
USB unlock software is recommended for non-eligible devices.

On this page, you may see several glossary terms that you might not be familiar with. Here's a brief explanation of some of the most common terms used on this page.

Carrier: A company that provides wireless communication services to customers. Example Boost Mobile, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless.

Device: Usually Refers Mobile Phones and Tablets that can be connected to wireless networks.

IMEI: International Mobile Equipment Identity - a unique 15-digit number assigned to every mobile device. Can be obtained by typing *#06# or can be viewed by "Settings -> About Phone" on Android Menu.

SIM Lock: When a mobile device is restricted to work only with a specific carrier network. For example, a device that only works with Boost Mobile has SIM lock.

SIM: Subscriber Identity Module - a small chip placed in a mobile device that contains unique identification information for the user and device.

SIM (Network) Unlock: The process of removing a carrier (Boost Mobile) restriction from a device, allowing it to work with any carrier network.

SIM Network Unlock PIN: SIM network unlock Pin (also known as an network unlock Code) is an unlock code assigned by device's manufacturer (Samsung, Motorola, LG .etc during programming of the mobile phone) to allow that device to use other carrier networks. This code is used when a user wants to switch to a different carrier or use their device internationally with a different carrier. The SIM network unlock Pin is randomly assigned by device manufacturers and its unique for each phone. This code is stored in either manufacturer or carrier's mobile device databases and can be shared with carriers, service centers and authorized data-providers.
We obtain this unlock code from manufacturer device database via our data providers.

Master Service Lock: MSL (Master Subsidy Code or Network Unlock Code) is the unlock code assigned by Motorola to their phones. This code is used when a user wants to use a different carrier. This is randomly assigned by Motorola and unique for each device. This code is stored in manufacturer's mobile device databases and can be shared with carriers, service centers and authorized data-providers.