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Top Smartphone Unlocking Company

We are an unlocking company based in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic. We started unlocking cell phones back in 2010, mostly focusing on HTC phones and other smartphones. The initial idea was to provide unlocking codes within minutes, hours. We created a website that unlocks phones in few clicks, just by providing basic information about your phone (model, IMEI number). The whole process could be done comfortably from your home, without leaving it.

The rising number of iPhones, especially the used ones, made us decide to unlock them too. There were some unofficial methods for the earliest models, but not for the new ones including iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. That is why we use factory unlock only. The unlock is permanent and official. The iPhone is so-called whitelisted in the Apple’s database and thus unlocked for any operator, carrier worldwide. You can insert any SIM card you want. The unlock is remote and is done in Apple’s database. You only have to synchronize your iPhone with the database, it is done by connecting it to iTunes.

In order to unlock your iPhone, you need to know its original carrier / operator / network first. It is vital information which determines its price. If you do not know the carrier or you are not sure if you know it correctly, we can help. There is an IMEI checker that can help you find the original carrier. There are more options, the basic one costs only few cents, and gives you all the basic information within one click. It takes only a second to display all the data. It tells you which model it is, whether the phone is locked, to which carrier (first and next tether activation policy), when was it used for the first time (first unbrick date), when was it used for the last time (last unbrick date), the phone number (CTN) of a SIM card that was the iPhone used last with, the serial number (SN) and more. Some of the iPhones are replacements of other iPhones. Or some broken iPhones might be replaced by newer iPhones. We have a solution for them too, we can check its network within few minutes.

After the use of the IMEI checker, you know the carrier of the phone and the unlock itself can be ordered at our website. The price depends on the carrier and on the actual IMEI. Most of the IMEIs are ok, but some of them (stolen, lost phones) are not. Those are called blacklisted, but we can unlock most of them too. To check whether the IMEI of your iPhone is blacklisted or clean, you can use one of our IMEI checkers.

Each service listed on the website www.flyunlock.com takes different time. Some of the services are instant, some of them take hours or days. This information is listed in the description of each service including IMEI checkers. After you order, checkout and buy, we will process your order. After processing it you just have to wait for the time-frame given in the description. We inform our customers about any change of the order that occurs. We inform about the unlock too, we send an informative e-mail when it is complete. You then just connect your iPhone to iTunes and synchronize is to complete the process. Then you can insert any SIM card you like.

You can buy in three currencies at our site. You can choose Euro, US Dollar or Czech Crown (Koruna). We provide customer service that is able to answer any question given by our customers, can help you check IMEIs or give discounts on bulk orders. You can contact us via e-mail, form or online chat available at our website.

Many resellers are registered at our site, we give them great prices, all depends on the quantity and loyalty. Loyal customers earn so-called FlyPoints that can be used to check iPhones for free. FlyPoint IMEI checker is easy to use and is very popular among our customers. You can buy FlyPoints too, they are very cheap. We are looking forward to your order. We will reward it by a fast unlock and free IMEI checks!

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12 reasons why, this is the gift to buy

Merry 3rd day of Christmas to you on Pocket-lint and welcome to our solid gold gift guide for what to get for your loved ones this year. We’ve seen a little home entertainment on Day 2, something for just about everyone on Day 1, but today we’re getting specific. Today, it’s all about a guaranteed winner if you happen to have someone of this particular age group and gender in your life. Just check they don’t have one already.

Whether you intend it to be a first phone, a step up to something smart or just a way to keep your loved one quiet, the only place to go in the Christmas bargain mobile space in 2010 is…

While all your daughter’s/little sister’s less cool friends will be running with dodgy feature phones, your loved one can clutch a fully-fledged smartphone in her pocket instead. She’ll be able to surf the internet and do all sorts of other hip things that her buddies will be dead jel about. She’ll also feel like a bit of an adult. It’s a coming of age thing and you’ll have helped her safely cross that threshold into the terrible horrors of responsibility.

As smartphone’s go, ?129.95 is seriously good value. The Curve isn’t BlackBerry’s top of the line by any means, but it brings you 90 per cent of the functionality and for 50 per cent of the price. There’s no 3G, there’s no GPS and you don’t get the BlackBerry OS 6 software, but the older version is perfectly good – just not quite as glitzy.

No one else will have one

For all the good reasons. A bunch of your giftee’s crew will have BlackBerrys, some even the Curve, but the limited edition Pink one will be a relatively rare spot. So, not only will she be original and therefore cool, but she’ll also have a nice pretty phone too.

Buying someone a phone can be a bit of a poisoned chalice if you end up tying them into a contract. On the one hand, they could end up spending more over the term than the gift actually cost or, worse still, if it’s your daughter, you could! So, PAYG is the way to go and that’s exactly what this killer gift provides.

It’s the best for email

The BlackBerry OS is simply the best emailing platform around. Take our word for it and the word of any BlackBerry fanboy if you’re mad enough to ask them about it. If you do, you’re going to get some terrible earful about email. No one wants to know the technical details about email, just that it’s good and that it works. Well, the email on the Curve does and very, very well too.

It’s got the best QWERTY keyboard

The least dull reason why the email system is so good is because most BlackBerry handsets are famous for housing what is widely regarded as one of most superior, if not the best, full QWERTY keyboards in the business. Those teenaged thumbs can scamper across it at the speed of light and the little knobbles on each key make it impossible to slip off or hit the wrong letter. It’s what’s got RIM where it is today.

It’s got all your social networks integrated

Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Bebo, you name it, BlackBerry App World will allow you to download some software to make that mobile phone into a social networking machine. Granted, you’re going to entirely lose your daughter/sister to her new smartphone as soon as she figures this out, but she’ll be happy and less difficult to deal with – unless you tell her to put her phone down, of course.

It comes with the perfect teen chat app

BBM. We’re talking about BBM here, and for those that don’t know, that’s BlackBerry Messenger. It’s all the rage with the kids apparently and it’s what all the young cats (kittens?) are using to communicate with one another. So long as you’ve got some kind of small amount of data package and a vague mobile connection you can send pictures, maps, links and IMs to individuals or your BBM group at large.

The Curve 8520 is Wi-Fi enabled meaning that your giftee will be able to sit and do all her social networking at home from the sofa instead of hogging the house computer spending half the evening on Facebook. In short, you’ll get your laptop back.

Yes, that ?129.95 gets you not only a smartphone, but a smartphone with a slightly respectable app store too. On the one hand, BlackBerry App World is rather dwarfed by its Android and iPhone competitors but, on the other, it will mean that your giftee is less likely to throw away her pocket money on piles of shovelware. You can still get most of the good stuff on BlackBerry if not quite everything you’re looking for.

This may seem like a problem but, in effect, what this means is that you’re never going to stumble across pictures of your teenage daughter out drunk with her mates in the depths of an alcopops binge because she won’t be able to take them. Instead, there’ll only be the squeaky clean snaps of what happens in the daytime. Ignorance is bliss.

It’s what every teenage girl wants

Pink, BBM, social networking? What more could a young lady want to show off in the playground and use to keep up with what the rest of the gang are up to? The only reason you haven’t bought it already is because you’ve only got ?20 to spend or the ?400 required for an iPhone.
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