Why my Microsoft Kin Two is locked?
When you purchase a cell phone it is often offered at a discounted price by the cellular network. In return for this generosity they "lock" your Microsoft Kin Two to their network, so that you can only use their network for making and receiving calls. This means that you cannot use the SIM card of another network, and if you try to do so the phone will display "Phone Restricted", “Contact Service Provider”, “Enter Unlock Code” or a similar message. Unlocking the phone removes this lock, allowing you to use your Microsoft Kin Two on any GSM wireless network anywhere in the world.
Why should I unlock my Microsoft Kin Two?
- Save a fortune abroad, by using cheap local SIM cards rather than expensive roaming tariffs.
- As usually subsidize the cost of the phone, by unlocking it you are increasing the resale value of your Microsoft Kin Two by up to 300%.
- Use your work and personal SIM card in your unlocked Microsoft Kin Two no need to carry two phones again.
- Get the best value tariffs by swapping SIM cards to take advantage of the latest offers.
- You never send your Microsoft Kin Two to anybody.
- Fast and easy. Instructions are free. Unlocking itself takes 1-3 minutes.
- No opening your Microsoft Kin Two and risk of damage to your device.
- Very easy, no technical experience necessary.
- No complicated software or hardware just enters code, and your Microsoft Kin Two is PERMANENTLY unlocked.
- Is safe and does not void Microsoft Kin Two’s warranty.
- Unlocking is a one-time event. It works for the life of your Microsoft Kin Two.
Will I have to unlock my Microsoft Kin Two every time I change SIM Card?
No, even if you upgrade the software (flash) or hard reset your Microsoft Kin Two, it remains permanently unlocked, no matter what you do to it.
What is a SIM Card?
A SIM card or Subscriber Identity Module is a portable memory chip used in GSM phones. The SIM Card allows users to change phones by simply removing the SIM Card from one cell phone and inserting it into another. The SIM holds personal identity information, cell phone number, phone book, text messages and other data.
How does the remote unlocking work?
Upon successful order submission, we will process your Microsoft Kin Two's unique IMEI number and email back an unlock code.
What does IMEI mean?
The International Mobile Equipment Identity or IMEI is a 15 digit serial number unique to every GSM cell phone. We generate the unlocking code from the IMEI, this is called remote unlocking.
How to get the IMEI#?
Enter *#06# into your phone to retrieve the unique 15 digit IMEI number. It can also be found printed on the back of the phone underneath the battery.
Is cable and software required?
No software or cable is required at all.
How do I enter the unlock code?
It is very easy to enter the unlock code. Instructions will be provided.
How Safe is it and is it guaranteed to Work?
Removing the network restriction on your Microsoft Kin Two with unlocking codes is the safest and fastest way to unlock a cell phone. There is absolutely no risk of damaging your Microsoft Kin Two or void warranty. You simply enter the unlock codes directly into your Microsoft Kin Two via the Microsoft Kin Two’s keypad to remove the network restriction. We guarantee it to work or your money back.
Is cell phone unlocking legal?
Yes is legal. On November 26, 2006, the U.S. Copyright Office ruled that consumers can legally unlock their cell phones in order to use them with rival carriers. Some times you might be able to ask your network to provide you with an unlock code. However, they will only do this for free if you have completed your contract. Obviously most networks don't want you moving away from their network so they will often charge extortionate rates to unlock your Microsoft Kin Two and you can also be made to wait up to 3 weeks to receive your unlock codes.