NOTE: If you feel that your carrier is reaming you on charges, there is a simple solution. Choose another carrier. Might not be as good as unlocking your phone, but it's legal.
Last edited by danarhea; 01-31-13 at 04:06 PM.
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I dont think you guys get it. You can go to jail for violating the DMCA by modifying your own property. Even under contract, you own the phone.
The bull**** part is how they decide im only licensing the software. Thats like saying im licensing a steering wheel from Honda.
Add a spoiler? Jail. Repaint it? Jail. Tires other than manufacturer-approved? Jail.
Trying pretty hard to keep me from switching to a new company is all this is.
Guess I will need to stay with my old provider to avoid getting into a new long term contract.
Isn't it a shame that I couldn't just keep using that perfectly good phone(which I own now)with different carrier.
a better question, will such a law even be enforceable at any significant level?