i have just been chatting on line with a guru re unlocking my iphone and they was going to charge £15.32 AND IT takes 3 days to do it.
Sounds about right for an O2 unlock, and was what I suggested almost a month ago.
I may be in business, and a business does need to make money, but the huge difference O2, and other networks, charge existing customers compared to unlocking firms is huge, and for exactly the same job.
I might miss out on a few pounds, but the person doing it through a shop compared to going to the company themselves it can be £30 or more extra, and that's a lot of money whichever way you look at it.
If you can ALWAYS get your network to do it first, ONLY Apple can unlock an iPhone properly as its done through iTunes.
One of my early posts on here almost three years ago went through how to unlock an iPhone correctly on each and every network, how much it would cost and the links to do it. The post was quickly hijacked by someone spouting the virtues of JailBreaking your phone.
Get your network to do it, save yourself some money and spend it locally to boost the economy, not an international networks profits