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    Re: Unlocking Cell Phones Now Illegal In The US

    Unlocking phone is US is illegal. So it is better to purchase mobile phone outside either unlocked or get any network locked phone to unlock it yourself. This is what i did. I got a network locked mobile phone from UK and unlocked it myself. I unlocked my mobile phone safer and easier using unlock code. I got the accurate unlock code for my mobile phone from www.WickedUnlock.com at affordable cost with free step by step unlocking instructions.
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    Re: Unlocking Cell Phones Now Illegal In The US

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    Agreed. As a side issue, I don't believe it's in the public's interest to allow the phone giants to lock in exclusivity like that.
    What does the public interest have to do with it? It is in the public interest that gasoline would be free for everyone. That has nothing to do with reality either. No one forces you to buy cell phone service. It is a choice you make. You choose and you sign a contract. If you don't want to sign a contract there are options for that as well.

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    Re: Unlocking Cell Phones Now Illegal In The US

    Quote Originally Posted by fmw View Post
    What does the public interest have to do with it? It is in the public interest that gasoline would be free for everyone. That has nothing to do with reality either. No one forces you to buy cell phone service. It is a choice you make. You choose and you sign a contract. If you don't want to sign a contract there are options for that as well.
    No, it is not in the public interest for gas to be free. That would remove the incentive for oil corps to find, extract and process oil for consumption
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