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  • 10 January 2022
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When I receive the phone would you know bout how I could get the straight talk iohone7 unlocked. I'll be leaving after after 13/14,yrs with mother and my child on my autopay account.  bought phone straight out cash. But I guess bc activated they claim it. I read lil something some where and requested my payment histroy so I have that n now im thinks now what. Lost as a hooker  at tent revival.jk i deflect. Just wondering am i kinda heading right way??any n all advice or lessons greatly appreciated


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you would need to contact Straight talk..if you have been a customer of theirs for 13/14 years it wil depend on how long those phones were on their network and whatever things they require to happen before they can be unlocked...fully paid for or not.

 

Unlock eligibility for mobile devices on Postpaid plans

  • The device must have been active on the T‑Mobile network for at least 40 days on the requesting line.
  • If the device was financed or leased through T‑Mobile then all payments must be satisfied and the device must be paid in full.
  • If the device is associated with a canceled account, then the account balance must be zero.
  • T‑Mobile may request proof of purchase or additional information in its discretion and certain other exceptions may apply.

Unlock eligibility for mobile devices on Prepaid plans

  • At least  365 days  must have passed since the device was activated on the T Mobile network.
  • If the device was activated less than 365 days ago, then the   Prepaid account associated with the device must have had more than $100 in refills during that period for each line active on the account.  In   addition, more than 14 days must have passed since the device was purchased.
  • No more than 2 mobile device unlocks have been complete per line of service in the last 12 months.
  • T‑Mobile may request proof of purchase or additional information in its discretion and certain other exceptions may apply.

 

 

https://www.t-mobile.com/responsibility/consumer-info/policies/sim-unlock-policy

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