As a customer who's always had a carrier mobile, an unlocking phone may seem like a new concept. But its not, with Apple itself releasing unlocked versions of iPhones. What exactly is an unlocked phone? An unlocking phone means it’s not bound to a particular cellular service provider through a carrier contract. Locked phones are locked by means of a locking software that allows unlocking after certain conditions are met. Many stores such as iFix Mobile
How unlocked iPhone 6 is different?
An unlocked iPhone 6 is not bound to a single carrier and you can insert the SIM of your choice in it. But what makes it different from other unlocked phones?
The difference is that unlocked iPhone 6 is also universal. That is, its certain models work seamlessly on both CDMA and GSM networks. That just broadens your radius of choice as you can now choose between AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon as cellular service providers. There might be some registration issues but all in all it’ll be good.
There you have it. A phone that’s compatible with major cellular companies. That’s the versatility unlocked iPhone 6 offers.
A quick tip before you buy an unlocked phone. Check the device compatibility with the service providers you want. It’s right there on their official websites. iPhone 6 is compatible with all major service providers but the same can’t be said about other devices. For example, unlocked One Plus 3T from One Plus supports only GSM networks (AT&T and T-Mobile). You can’t use that device on CDMA networks such as Sprint and Verizon.
From where to buy unlocked iPhone 6?
There are many ways to buy an unlocking iPhone 6. You can buy it directly from the manufacturing company like Apple. Or you can buy it from third party retailers like iFix Mobile in Toronto.
The difference is the pricing. Where Apple sells unlocking iPhone 6s for $599 and iPhone 6s Plus for $739, iFix offers unlocking iPhone 6 for anywhere from $299.99 to $369.99 depending upon the different storage versions.
All in all, unlocked iPhone 6 offers flexibility and versatility of use. Make the best of it today.