How to Unlock a US Cellular iPhone for FREE
The fastest and most safe way to permanently unlock your phone
The process to unlock a US Cellular cellphone for free may vary depending on the type of phone and the specific policies of the company. However, here are the general steps to unlock a US Cellular cellphone:
- The device must be active on the US Cellular network for at least 120 days.
- There must be no outstanding debt on the owner's account.
- The device must not be associated with a fraud or theft account.
- The device owner must provide accurate and verifiable account information.
- If the device is a 4G LTE phone, it must be compatible with another company's network.
Many times, even when you meet the requirements, US Cellular may not approve your unlocking, and the process can become tedious and unbearable.
In these cases, Movical.Net provides you with unlocking at the best market price. Depending on the device, the SIM unlocking method may vary.
Unlocking iPhone from US Cellular by IMEI
The unlocking is official, the same one offered by the US Cellular carrier itself. It simply authorizes the unlocking of the IMEI, and that's it. Just insert a SIM card from another provider, connect to the internet, and the iPhone will be unlocked forever. We can unlock any iPhone 14, 14 Pro, 13, 13 Pro, 12, 11, SE 2020, etc...
Unlocking Samsung, Motorola, LG from US Cellular that DO NOT request unlocking code
If when inserting a SIM card from another operator, the device does not request the network PIN, it means that it has a software lock, and to unlock it, you must connect the USB cable, and one of our technicians will execute software to remotely unlock your US Cellular mobile phone.
Unlocking US Cellular mobile phone that requests an unlocking code
If, on the other hand, when you insert a SIM card from another operator into your US Cellular phone, it asks for the network code, we will send you the unlocking code by email, simply enter the code, and the device will be unlocked forever.
It is important to note that older US Cellular devices are programmed to use the CDMA coverage in the United States, and even if you get the unlocking code, you must reprogram them by software to pick up GSM signals. Practically, 95% of the world's operators use GSM networks.