Good news for O2 customers who are thinking of moving to another carrier. Matthew Key, the chairman and chief executive officer of O2’s parent company, Telefonica Europe, has stated that iPhone customers who wish to leave the carrier can call customer services and ask them to unlock their iPhone. The unlocking service will set you back £14.97 ($25), and of course, you’ll need to serve out your contract first. So are you an iPhone user on O2 and planning to move to another carrier? Drop us a comment on what you think of their service.
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