A Free Unlock Server is a database which contains factory unlock codes for most Smartphones, and more specifically Android devices. a Free iPhone Unlock Server is something different, since iPhones do not use Unlocking Codes for removing their Network Lock.
The closest thing to a Free iPhone Unlock Server is a tutorial which will show you how to request a free SIM-Lock Deactivation from the appropriate authority.
For iPhones, the appropriate authority for removing their SIM-Lock are the Mobile Networks. For instance, if an iPhone is locked on AT&T USA network, only AT&T USA company can remove the SIM-Lock. (You can get an idea of how to check if an iPhone is Locked/Unlocked)
So, when you read about Free iPhone Unlock server solutions, do not expect a code, but step by step solutions on how to request a SIM-Lock removal from your iPhone’s Mobile Network.
Step 1: Unlock your iPhone through a Free iPhone Unlock Server
In order to successfully request for a FREE iPhone Carrier Lock removal, you need to know which Mobile Network is responsible for this lock.
An iPhone can only get SIM-Locked by one carrier, which means that this Carrier is responsible for unlocking it (Apple cannot remove SIM-Locks).
If you are the owner of that iPhone, then you should already know the following information:
- Which Carrier is SIM-Locking your iPhone
- If it is reported as Lost or Stolen by that Carrier
- If it is still Under Contract with that Carrier
- If it has Unpaid Bills or other Financial issues with that Carrier
You need to be 100% certain of the above information, else your SIM-Lock removal request will be rejected.
Step 2: Review Unlocking Policies and Terms & Conditions of Lock Carrier
After completing Step 1, you should already know which Mobile Network is locking your iPhone. Now, you need to navigate to Mobile Network’s website and locate their Unlocking Policies (For example, you can check Sprint USA Unlocking Policies).
It is very important to read carefully the Unlocking Policies and Terms & Conditions, since “The devil hides in the details” as they say.
You need to be 100% sure that your iPhone meets all the requirements a Carrier lists to their Unlocking Policies, because this will determine if your iPhone will get unlocked or not.
Also, within the SIM-Lock Deactivation message that you will sent (More on Step #3), you will have to include some information from their Unlocking Policies and Terms & Conditions.
Step 3: Send a SIM-Lock Deactivation request to Lock Carrier
Now that you know which Network Locks your iPhone and their Unlocking Policies, you are ready to write a SIM-Lock Deactivation request which should include the following:
- A Recent iPhone’s IMEI Status with basic information (Network, Blacklist, Contract and Financial status)
- Why you request a SIM-Lock removal
- Which requirements you meet (You need to list their Unlocking Policies and your iPhone status)
- Use of their Official and Formal Template to send your SIM-Lock removal request
- Send the request to the appropriate Unlocking Department
Once you gather all the information and you create the SIM-Lock removal request, you are ready to send it to them and wait for a few days (Some Carriers reply instantly) to review it and respond to you.
Conclusion on Free iPhone Unlock Server
It is highly recommended to first try the Free iPhone Unlock server solution and then try to unlock your iPhone through other means, such as IMEI iPhone Unlock services.
Unlocking your iPhone through your Lock Carrier is a Legal method and the only FREE one.
I understand that this method is time consuming, but FREE things are almost always “hard to get“.
Some companies offer as a service the whole procedure (Full iPhone IMEI Check, Unlock Policies research, generation of proper SIM-Lock removal template and requesting SIM Unlock from Mobile Network) and they are ideal if you do not have the time (or energy!).