Unlocked IPhones Cause Confusion

Posted: Mar 30 2009, 7:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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When Play.com began offering unlocked iPhones recently it created some confusion among iPhone fans. The unlocked iPhones are touted as being legal and usable on various networks within the UK.

However, O2 and the Carphone Warehouse have confirmed that they still have an exclusive iPhone deal in place and that users who purchase unlocked iPhones in the UK may find that they have limited Internet access.

The sim-free iPhone deal from Play.com is backed by a warranty and the company says it is free to be used on any network. Play.com hasn’t said where its source of unlocked iPhones is located.

Via PCAdvisor

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