Are iphone 6 without contrac unlocked??

  • Asked by fn from Pembroke Pines

8 Answers from the Community

  • AT&T and T-mobile work on a different GSM frequency so basically ATT and t-mobile iphones are different.
    Unlocked version of iphone is same frequency as AT&T.

    • Answered by Lasha M from Brooklyn
    • Sep 29, 2014
  • Best Answer:

    I just spoke with T-Mobile in two of their stores and they said in no uncertain terms that the iphone6 and 6+ even when paid for at full price come LOCKED to T-mobile. After three months of service they will give you the code and the instructions for unlocking. Sprint says they are locked and never will be unlocked by them.

    AP

    • Answered by Aron P from Silver Spring
    • Sep 21, 2014
  • Yes

    • Answered by Feng Q from Maryville
    • Sep 21, 2014
  • Confirming my original answer. The T Mobile CONTRACT free phone from the US Apple store site is unlocked. It worked with several different nano SIM cards and with ATT sim. It is unlocked as advertised.

    • Answered by Clement S from Chandler
    • Sep 28, 2014
  • I just got off the phone with Apple and they said the I phone 6 is not yet unlocked and they have no date yet.

    • Answered by B H from Chicago
    • Sep 25, 2014
  • Yes

    • Answered by Alexa A from Schuylerville
    • Sep 17, 2014
  • I spoke with Apple and was told iphone 6 Plus unlocked is not available in the USA. But will be available at a latter date. I got the ATT 5S without a contract from Apple and it was Unlocked, maybe the same with the 6 Plus?

    • Answered by Dr Bennett F from Prince Frederick
    • Sep 16, 2014
  • AT&T told me there's NO waiting period to unlock the iPhone 6 if it's completely paid, but it does need to be activated on AT&T first. I bought it on AT&T, but decided to switch to T-Mobile, so that's my plan. Pay in full, activate, unlock, cancel AT&T, move to T-Mobile.

    att[dot]com/deviceunlock/client/en_US/ -- has the info for unlocking, and there's no mention of a waiting period like T-Mobile.

    • Answered by Alon W from Phoenix
    • Sep 18, 2014