It was months back when the 2G or the normal iPhone was into the world, and i had shared a website which unlocks the iPhone and it was being done well.
But as of people reports, there were problems in unlocking the new iPhone 3G as every service would not be activated with some softwares that are used to unlock the 3G device.
iphone 3gAnd not all networks could be activated with Apple iPhone 3G when some softwares are used, except the one which am sharing here. Or we can say, you won’t be seeing a “Full Unlock iPhone 3G” with any software that you see on the web.
Some SIM solutions like X-sim, turbosim etc. have been there been tested with the phone’s service and most of them work, but not fully with every service included. With this iPhone unlocking software, you would see some features like -
Unlocking your iPhone 3G model won’t require full jailbreaking of the phone. The SIM will work with both new iPhones and older iPhones that have been software unlocked/jailbroken before.
Here is in-short information on how the system works -
A very thin sim card called “Piggy back SIM” that slides over the SIM card which you want to use in the 3G phone. The Sim basicly fools the iPhone into thinking that the original SIMcard is inserted into the iPhone. This then allows you to use any SIM card without any problem.
Some advantages of this service -
The service costs $49 for U.S. citizens and when checked for India, it costs around Rs. 2300 for the complete unlock with lifetime support. Isn’t at all a big price if you want to have an easy and guaranteed way to full unlock iPhone 3G. But if you want to have a cheaper option, you won’t be left away. The price of $37.95 is also there for only the SIM and instructions, with no lifetime support. Isn’t it better to spend $12 extra and get access for lifetime?
Options for payment - Credit Card, PayPal, Wire Transfer, Phone and Check.
Some networks that were tested and successfully run with this Apple iPhone 3G unlocking service are listed here and the list is very big so could not share here. Almost all the SIM networks are working fine with it.
Check out this video which shows the full working demo of the service -