Factory Unlock iPhone 4 | 4S | 5 & 3GS
If your looking to unlock your AT&T iPhone 4 | 4S | 5 or 3GS today you’ve come to the right place. Because we at http://intellecttoday.org/ will make sure your iPhone 4 | 4S | 5 or 3GS is factory unlocked and available to be used on any one of the nations dozens of cellular networks.
How Does a Factory Unlock of iPhone 4S | 4 | 5 Work?
Well, it’s rather simple. If your like other folks searching how in the world to factory unlock iPhone 4 unlock iPhone 5? Can the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S really be successfully unlocked? Are you desperately searching online for one good solution that will get your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S (or any other AT&T iPhone for that matter) unlocked permanently? Do you want to avoid using SAM unlock or GEVEY sim card permanently? Many people ask me this question – can you help me unlock my iPhone 4 baseband 4.11.08? Others want to know if I can unlock iPhone 4S. Yet others ask me if their iPhone 4 or 4S will work with Sprint, Verizon, tmobile, or after I unlock their phones. Well, if you’ve been concerned with any of these issues I’m proud to inform you that your search is now done with, as the solution to your problem is already at the tip of your fingers!
Read on about this revolutionary & “new” unlocking method that can seamlessly unlock every iPhone. Including iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 3GS. Additionally this service supports each and every basebands INCLUDING the most recent and the most dreaded basebands such as baseband 4.12.01 and 4.11.08.
Yes… It’s true. After spending countless months on the matter we have finally “unlocked” the secret behind unlocking any AT&T iPhone and I will now guide you through the exact process of how YOU can unlock your AT&T iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S in as little as a couple hours. (Although, this process may take up to 5 business days, but many times as little as 24 hrs). An unlocked iPhone can be used with Verizon or Sprint networks or any one of the thousands of cellular providers worldwide. In short, you can use your iPhone the way it was meant to be used.
How does it work?
I’m glad you asked and I’m happy to inform you that the unlocking process is quite simple indeed.
If you have an iPhone 4s or iPhone 4 (doesn’t matter which baseband it’s locked on. This method supports baseband 4.12.01, or 4.11.08, or any other baseband. All basebands of all AT&T iPhones can be factory unlocked, as I will explain shortly) you will be able to unlock it permanently.
I really don’t think people appreciate how AT&T locks all Apple iPhones exclusively to their network. In simple terms, this means that you cannot use your iPhone with other U.S carriers or when traveling internationally. This includes (or excludes you from using) all of the popular cellular providers such as Verizon, t-mobile, and Sprint. It also means that you cannot choose a local cellular provider when traveling abroad. This can be a big nightmare for AT&T consumers. AT&T charges small people like you and me, who work hard for a living, big bucks when we travel internationally and use their international roaming service. It’s not cool. It’s certainly not cheap. Not at all. But if your iPhone is indeed locked to AT&T, it would seem as if you had no other choice. Until now, that is. We have “opened” up new choices for you.
What if you could unlock your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S once – and have it unlocked permanently and indefinitely, for the life of your iPhone? Wouldn’t that be cool? Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to avoid using Gevey sim card, SAM unlock, and other unlocking “solutions” that bring more problems than solutions with them? (If you’ve ever tried using SAM unlock or Gevey sim card for that matter, you know what I’m talking about. SAM unlock and Gevey sim will drain the life out of your iPhone’s 4 / 4S battery. It could easily cut your iPhone talk time in half! Unfortunately, it doesn’t end there. They also tend to lead to a LOT more dropped calls and signals than a normal iPhone. In short, they are a complete nightmare!). Additionally a recent Apple software update has rendered these unlocked iPhones completely useless. What if you could unlock your iPhone without worrying about future software updates from Apple? The good news is that now you could.
To unlock your iPhone 4 simply go to our unlock page and click on the amount of iPhones you wish to unlock (we can unlock any model, including iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S – baseband 4.12.01 / 4.11.08 running iOS 5.1.1). After payment (secure payments are handled via PayPal) you will be redirected to our IMEI form. You will fill out the necessary information, such as your IMEI #, PayPal email, and primary email and them hit submit.
After that you can sit back and relax as you know we are working to get your iPhone unlocked ASAP. Once we succeed in unlocking your iPhone, you will be able to use it on any one of the nations major networks including (but not limited to) Verizon, Sprint, and t-mobile. We will dispatch an email to your primary email address containing the exact unlock instructions (basically to connect your iPhone to iTunes) once we unlock your iPhone.
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The good news is that we can now factory unlock in contract as well as out of contract iPhones. No AT&T account required. We can factory unlock every baseband including baseband 4.12.01 and baseband 4.11.08 (these where once rendered “unlock-able”). No jailbreak required. We can now factory unlock iOS 5.1.1, iOS 5.1, and every other iOS and you can upgrade in the future without loosing the unlock. We can now factory unlock all models including iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, and iPhone 5. Once we unlock your iPhone your iPhone will stay unlocked permanently.
Are There Any requirements?
Yes. But just one. That is, your iPhone must be currently locked to AT&T’s network. Other than that any AT&T iPhone is unlock-able. Any iOS. Any Baseband. Any Model.
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In a nutshell a factory unlocked iPhone (or for that matter any phone) means that you can use the iPhone with any carrier in the world and your not bound to just your current carrier (such as AT&T).