How To Activate An Unlocked Phone On Metro Pcs

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Click to expand.True,I misread the original question. An odd practice by MPCS to say the least,regarding moving the SIM Card to another phone. My apologies to all in this thread if my ramblings led to any confusion. The device lock policy is another story. Prepaid Unlocked Gsm Cell Phones 3ds Max 2018 Keygen. on this page.

At least in my brief time w/MPCS,I couldn't SIM Unlock the phone until I had service w/them for 3 full billing cycles,even though the device was paid off. Iphone 7 Plus Factory Unlocked. Again,the devices are discounted to lure people in & the temporary SIM Unlock policy on the device is a reasonable expectation. On the other hand,that SIM Card locking policy is WHACKADOODLE. True,I misread the original question.

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After you unlock the iPhone you just need to purchase the Metro SIM card to activate the phone. The phone unlocked to Metro PCs. Operate your Unlocked iPhone. Anyone get their BLU Win HD working on Metro PCS? That you MUST call Metro PCS to activate their. Other new unlocked Windows Phone users on Metro PCS. I recently bought an unlocked phone online. Of course I checked with MetroPcs first to see if there would be a problem activating this 'unlocked' phone.

An odd practice by MPCS to say the least,regarding moving the SIM Card to another phone. My apologies to all in this thread if my ramblings led to any confusion. The device lock policy is another story. At least in my brief time w/MPCS,I couldn't SIM Unlock the phone until I had service w/them for 3 full billing cycles,even though the device was paid off.

Again,the devices are discounted to lure people in & the temporary SIM Unlock policy on the device is a reasonable expectation. On the other hand,that SIM Card locking policy is WHACKADOODLE. Click to expand.The only thing is that metro will give each customer only one discount per 90 day period, and even if you buy the phone at the full price with no discount, as far as i know they still won't give you the unlock code until you have used the phone on their network for 90 days. Like you said, if the phone is purchased at a steep discount this makes sense, but if the phone was bought at full price then it just seems greedy. I believe it's the same way even if you buy the phone used and that phone was active with MetroPCS for several months, that you would still need to use it with metro for 3 months before they will give you the code(even though the previous owner could have already gotten the unlock code).