Canadian Carrier Offers to Unlock iPhones for $50

One of the most irritating things about owning a cell phone is having it locked to a specific network. Even when your contract runs its course, you can't leave unless you want to buy a new phone. Except, that is, if you're living in Canada and are on Rogers or Fido.

Rogers and its subsidiary Fido are offering customers an unlocking service for $50. As long as you're not still on contract and your account is in good standing, you can get your device unlocked for $50 plus taxes. iPhone in Canada reports that they'll even unlock iPhones for you. Now isn't that a merry Christmas?

(via Electronista)

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  • kimyeang88
    Rogers is bad company....... Don't use Rogers if you are in Canada. h. Even their high speed internet is horrible , if you use the internet cap ( 60 GB), you have to pay 50$ extra.. 20 Mbit/s connection cap at 60GB? even watching youtube video, 60 GB will be gone.. Bell= charge only 30$ and cheaper price, TekSavy= unlimited and got no cap .
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  • kimyeang88
    " if you use over the internet cap "
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  • reprotected
    kimyeang88Rogers is bad company....... Don't use Rogers if you are in Canada. h. Even their high speed internet is horrible , if you use the internet cap ( 60 GB), you have to pay 50$ extra.. 20 Mbit/s connection cap at 60GB? even watching youtube video, 60 GB will be gone.. Bell= charge only 30$ and cheaper price, TekSavy= unlimited and got no cap .

    I use Rogers and I love it. I barely ever had an issue with it. The only complaint is the value. It sucks.
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