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Any unlocking companies who can ACTUALLY unlock this phone?

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Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile, so that option is done. This mess is making these phones waste so far.
At one point, I got a Moto G7 Play (purchased used) which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before switching. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap and I had AT&T at the time. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them. I think these Device Unlock phones are difficult out of spite.
Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’d sooner dump the locked phones on eBay if I can’t do it without giving them money again. See why here:[br]
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PS: Yes, I looked into the “shill it to family” method, but they’re looking past AT&T too.

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Motorola Moto G7 Play

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Any unlocking companies who can ACTUALLY unlock this phone?

Texto:

-Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile, so that option is done.
+Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile, so that option is done. This mess is making these phones waste so far.
At one point, I got a Moto G7 Play (purchased used) which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before switching. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap and I had AT&T at the time. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them. I think these Device Unlock phones are difficult out of spite.
-Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’d sooner dump the locked phones on eBay if I can’t do it without giving them money again.
+Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’d sooner dump the locked phones on eBay if I can’t do it without giving them money again. See why here:[br]
+[image|2477912]
PS: Yes, I looked into the “shill it to family” method, but they’re looking past AT&T too.

Dispositivo:

Motorola Moto G7 Play

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Any unlocking companies who can ACTUALLY unlock this phone?

Texto:

-Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile.
+Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile, so that option is done.
-I have a (purchased used) Moto G7 Play which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before the switch. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap and I had AT&T. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them. I think these Device Unlock phones are difficult out of spite.
+At one point, I got a Moto G7 Play (purchased used) which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before switching. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap and I had AT&T at the time. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them. I think these Device Unlock phones are difficult out of spite.
Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’d sooner dump the locked phones on eBay if I can’t do it without giving them money again.
PS: Yes, I looked into the “shill it to family” method, but they’re looking past AT&T too.

Dispositivo:

Motorola Moto G7 Play

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Any unlocking companies who can ACTUALLY unlock this phone?

Texto:

-Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the move to the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not. However, I have ported my number to T-Mobile and can no longer try this method. However, $15>$45/month so yeah, I’m done - not worth it since they’ve changed, which is the only reason I put up with that.
+Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not - why not admit you just hate having to unlock phones already, AT&T? The issue now is I ported my number to T-Mobile.
-I have a (purchased used) Moto G7 Play which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before the switch. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap, and I had AT&T. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them.
+I have a (purchased used) Moto G7 Play which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before the switch. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap and I had AT&T. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them. I think these Device Unlock phones are difficult out of spite.
-Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months on end just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’m not doing that. I’d sooner dump the phone on eBay or back on Mercari then even get a cheap AT&T Prepaid plan if its just this painful to do, and the same with the LG phones.
+Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’d sooner dump the locked phones on eBay if I cant do it without giving them money again.
PS: Yes, I looked into the “shill it to family” method, but they’re looking past AT&T too.

Dispositivo:

Motorola Moto G7 Play

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Nick ,

Título:

Any unlocking companies who can ACTUALLY unlock this phone?

Texto:

Normally I unlock these by trying my current AT&T SIM (it used to work), but since the move to the Device Unlock app and relies on the device it historically has not. However, I have ported my number to T-Mobile and can no longer try this method. However, $15>$45/month so yeah, I’m done - not worth it since they’ve changed, which is the only reason I put up with that.

I have a (purchased used) Moto G7 Play which is SIM locked to AT&T I got as a backup phone, before the switch. This phone has always been SIM locked, but it was cheap, and I had AT&T. However, it keeps getting denied for ineligibility and AT&T denies and says use the app. I tried to have it done with The Unlocking Company, but they couldn’t figure it out and refunded me… Not great, since they also had trouble with an AT&T locked LG I tried with them.

Is there any unlocking companies who are reasonably priced who can figure this out, without paying for AT&T service for 6 months and looking like a drug dealer for months on end just to pay up the nose for a “SIM unlock”? I’m not doing that. I’d sooner dump the phone on eBay or back on Mercari then even get a cheap AT&T Prepaid plan if it’s just this painful to do, and the same with the LG phones.

PS: Yes, I looked into the “shill it to family” method, but they’re looking past AT&T too.

Dispositivo:

Motorola Moto G7 Play

Estatus:

open