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How to unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 5

August 21, 2015 - Written By Chris Yackulic

 

2015 is definitely another big year for the South Korean manufacturer. Today Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is hitting stores in the USA. At&t, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon already have it in their offers. The prices ranges from $249 for a two-year contract to $839 for the 64GB version, no contract.

Also, the online unlocking services have already in their offers the unlocking codes for the just launched Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Two reliable unlocking services which announced their offer today are UnlockScope.com and UnlockUnit.com, with a very similar offer.

Here are the prices they offer for the Note 5 unlocking codes: for At&t the price varies from $31 to $39, while for T-Mobile the price varies from $18 to $33, depending on how fast you need the unlock code. As Verizon and Sprint are CDMA networks, the Galaxy Note 5 offered by these networks cannot be unlocked by using an unlock code.

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Unlock your Galaxy Note 5 by code

People use this unlocking by code method to unlock their Samsung Galaxy Note 5 because it’s easy, safe and fast. There is no risk to end up with a useless Note 5, as right from the manufacturing phase the phone is provided with the lock/unlock feature.

In order to obtain the unique unlock code for your Galaxy Note 5, you can use an online unlocking service, like the ones mentioned above – placing an order takes less than 1 minute.

In the order form you need to provide the following information:

âžœ a valid email address – all the unlocking codes are sent by email;

➜ the name and the country of the network provider where your phone operates;

➜ the 15 digits IMEI, which you will obtain by dialing *#06# on your phone.

 

You’ll receive the unlocking code on your email. All you need to do is to insert another SIM card on your phablet, a SIM from a different network provider. Once you turn on your device you’ll notice the SIM Network Pin’ message will show up.

Last, by typing on your mobile device the unlocking code received, you will gain the freedom to use SIM cards from any country and from any network worldwide.

On Google Play, you can download the UnlockScope App and you’ll be able to order your unlocking code directly from your phone. There is also a Youtube channel that provides useful video tutorials about unlocking Samsung phones.  

Wondering how long does it take to receive your unlocking code?

The estimated delivery time-frame depends on the country and network you originally bought your phone from. There is also the option to pay a little bit more for a faster delivery. Usually, it takes from 5 minutes to 24 hours, but there are a few situations when the unlocking process can take longer.

For example, for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 locked to At&t the timeframe is between 1 and 4 hours. When placing the order you can choose the time-frame and the price that suits you best.

 

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Why should you unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note 5?

Besides having the freedom to use any carrier around the world, you’ll also be able to save money. Here are a few examples on how to cut-down unnecessary spendings:

  • Change your current network provider with another one that has cheaper monthly plans or better internet coverage;
  • Use a local carrier when you are travelling abroad to avoid the expensive roaming fees;
  • Increase the value of your phone – an unlocked device has a better selling price than a locked one.

Conclusion

If you want to use your brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with any network provider around the world, then you should definitely unlock it using an unlocking code.

✔ It is safer than the rooting method – there is no risk of damaging your phone.

✔ The process is simple – order the code and insert it on you phone.

✔ It is fast – it takes 1 minute to place an order which is far less than the time you can spend on calls with the customer support line of your network provider, not to talk that is cheaper than your network provider.