Bell Canada provides Unlocking Service Posted by Jamie Forestell
After our article yesterday with the news of Telus providing an unlocking service, we were questioned about which of the providers do and do not provide an unlocking service. Here is what we found. Of course you can always look online for a third party unlock, however this is quite the step in the right direction, whether you agree with the inflated fee or not. Happy unlocking!
Bell has been providing the unlock service since 2009 for a fee of $75. The customer must be a bell customer for at least 30 days to qualify.
Telus will begin unlocking the phones for a fee of $50. The customer must hold a package for at least 90 days to qualify.
Rogers and Fido
Rogers and Fido started providing the unlock service in December of 2010, for a fee of $50. Your account must be in good standing and you “Have paid the un-subsidized / no term cost for the device at least 30 days prior OR have finished their Commitment Period”.