O2 Customers Can Now Unlock Their iPhones Through O2 for Free

O2Starting today, UK cellular service provider, O2, announced they will allow iPhone owners to unlock their iPhones for free. You will need to continue paying your bill through your current contract. This allows you to travel through Europe or other countries and swap out the SIM card to save on roaming fees. All you need to do is fill out this request form and once approved you can unlock through iTunes. The request may take up to 14 days to process. Anyone planning on unlocking their iPhone through O2?

Will you unlock your iPhone through O2?

  • No, I'm not with O2 (59%, 227 Votes)
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Firstly, complete the unlocking form – it will take up to 14 days for the iPhone to be unlocked and we’ll text you to confirm the unlock request. Then place a non-O2 sim into the iPhone and connect to iTunes via a USB cable. iTunes will confirm that the iPhone has been successfully unlocked.

3G iPhone to be released at WWDC June 9th

If you read our news page you already know most of this info because everyone is talking about it. Now of course Apple hasn’t announced this but there are so many signs like this internal memo from UK carrier O2:

“Due to the highly successful sales of the Apple 8GB iPhone, supply chains have run out of stock and will not be replenishing stock of this product as it has now gone to end of life.”

The 3G iPhone will most likely be announced during the WWDC, June 9th – 13th with sizes of 16GB & 32GB and minor design changes. Rumor lists include true GPS, thinner design and camera in front (video chat).

– written from my iPhone