Sony Ericsson Xperia Unlocking Code
Sony Ericsson first launched the Xperia range back in 2008. The first phone was the Xperia X1 which ran on the Windows 6.1 operating system. The Xperia X10 was the first to run on the Android OS and since then Sony have launched a string of successful, good quality cell phones that all carry the name Xperia.
Since Sony took over Ericsson and the Swedish company disappeared into the ether. Sony have continued to improve all the time. The Sony Xperia T is probably the best model from the entire range. Powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor this beauty from the Xperia range runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has a 13 megapixel camera which quite frankly is as good as many cameras on the market today. It has a very crisp 4.6 inch display which is not to be sniffed at and a very respectable 16 hour battery life.
Unlock your Sony Ericsson for greater freedom, flexibility and choice
Whether you own a Sony Ericsson Xperia models or one of the newer Sony Xperia models you will be happy to know we can unlock them either way. Not only is it very straight forward, it’s perfectly legal, as long as said phone wasn’t purchased in the US after the 26th January 2013.
Remember, you don’t have to be technical to unlock your phone
So, how’s I done I hear you ask. Well, it’s quite simple, all you have to do is follow our instructions and you phone will be unlocked before you can say $1.5 billion takeover.
• The first thing to do is to unlock the IMEI number and this can be achieved by typing in the following code *#06# (Your IMEI number is unique so do get this right)
• Then, make a note of the number and send it to us, alongside your e-mail address and the make and model of your phone.
• We will then send you clear instructions on how to proceed and that is all there is to it.
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What next… Well, that depends on you. You won’t be tied to one provider that is for sure, so if you are planning on changing networks for a more favourable tariff it’s up to you.
You may even be thinking about giving the phone to a loved one. If that is the case you can give it to them on pay as you go and they will surely be appreciative.
Be careful buying phones from eBay as many cannot be unlocked
Another option is selling the phone. Millions of phones are sold via eBay alone every year. Your unlocked Sony will make a far more appealing option than a locked one going for the same price.
The options are a plenty and you will soon be left asking yourself, “Why did I leave it till now to do this”?