Unlocked Phone on Mobile Network? Possible issues

  • 9 October 2020
  • 5 replies

SM-960U he said opened got it through T Mobile. I simply opened and turned it on and amazingly it has the ATT firmware. I am extremely enraged on the grounds that when somebody says "purchased through T-Mobile" what I believe is this is a TMobile telephone.

WHile I hang tight for him to hit me up, what are the outcomes of running an AT&T opened telephone on TMobile organization. I am very MetroPCS. However, its worked by TMobile. Will I actually have the option to utilize the telephone like a TMobile telephone? What highlights will I miss. VoLTE? meandering on US Cellular?


Best answer by MamasitaMarz 10 October 2020, 01:25

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Hey @joycebree - Both T-Mobile & AT&T use a GSM network. As long as your phone is unlocked, you should be good. 

I faced similar kind of issue last time, I am still searching for some proper solution.

I have recently bought a motor where a cricket phone and I realized that it's Network locked and I was wondering what procedures do I have to go through to get this matter solved


I have recently bought a cricket phone and I realized that the phone was Network locked can somebody please let me know exactly what type of procedures I have to go through to remove this lock from my phone

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Hi @Rellhead2022 A device can be unlocked, once the requirements below are met: 1. The device you want to unlock has been active for at least six months of paid service on that device. 2. The device is designed for use on and is locked to Cricket's network. 3. The device has not been reported lost or stolen. 4. The device is not associated with a fraudulent account. 


If you have met all requirements, you will be able to unlock your device through the myCricket app. The link below will provide you more information.