A Free Unlock Server is a database which contains factory unlock codes for most Android Smartphones.
However, a Free iPhone Unlock Server is something completely different, since iPhones do not use Unlocking Codes for removing the Network Lock.
The closest thing to a Free iPhone Unlock Server is a tutorial which will show you how to make a Free SIM-Lock removal request from the Mobile Network.
Step 1: Identifying the issue
In order to successfully unlock your iPhone for free, you need to know which Mobile Network is responsible.
An iPhone can only get SIM-Locked by one and only one Carrier which means finding out the Network is everything. (For instance, if an iPhone is locked on AT&T, only AT&T can remove the SIM-Lock for free)
If you are the original owner of that iPhone, then you should already know this.
But if you bought a used iPhone this information is classified… not.
In this case, an iPhone IMEI Check Service is inevitable because the locking Network is only one of the possible obstacles you might need to overcome.
As you will soon find out an IMEI Check is crucial even if you are the original owner.
Step 2: iPhone Unlock Eligibility
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
It is very important to read carefully the Network’s Terms & Conditions, since “The devil hides in the details” as they say.
You need to be 100% sure that your iPhone meets all the conditions a Carrier lists to their Unlocking Requirements because this will determine if your iPhone will get unlocked or not.
This is where the IMEI Check Report remains an integral part of Free iPhone Unlocking.
All Free iPhone Unlock Servers which are no other than the Mobile Networks themselves tend to be heavy on the fine print and among many other reasons, they will refuse to unlock an iPhone:
- if a certain period of time spent on contract does not occur
- if it is Blacklisted (lost, stolen, replaced, fraud)
- if there are outstanding finances (unpaid bills, pending installment plan, etc.)
Step 3: Ready to send a SIM-Lock Removal request
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 and wait for a few days (Some Carriers reply instantly though) to review it and respond to you.
Believe it or not, only a handful of Mobile Networks support online SIM Unlock Services. I wonder why???
Conclusion on Free iPhone Unlock Servers
Despite how iPhone Unlock Providers advertise themselves, the only true FREE Unlock is accomplished through the Mobile Network which is locking the iPhone.
It is highly recommended to first try the suggested approach and then try to unlock your iPhone through other means, such as Factory Unlock or Hardware Unlock services.
I understand that this method is time-consuming, but FREE things are almost always “hard to get“.
Of course, the IMEI Check prerequisite will cost you a few dollars but if you want a shot at free iPhone unlock, then there is no way around it.
We found a company which offers as a service the whole procedure.
- IMEI Check
- Unlock Policies research
- SIM Unlock Request to the Mobile Network
- iPhone Unlock alternatives in case of rejection or iPhone’s incompatibility with the Network’s Unlock Policy
Obviously, this service isn’t free but you will be able to unlock your iPhone at the lowest possible cost while saving precious time.
Can you help me unlock a Moto z2 force on TMobile
I just got my iphone unlocked in my network provider but why i still cant use it for my roaming i put a roaming sim card from the Philippines. thanks
This sounds like an issue from your provider’s end. I think you should contact them. Maybe you need to configure some settings properly in order to start using it properly.
Do you have one for androids? If so send me a link please and thank you
iPhone Unlock is our expertise but we have a few solutions for Androids also. Please send me the model, the Locking Carrier and Blacklist Status to tell you exactly which are your options.
Take care Thais.