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I'm trying to understand what is the difference between buying an unlocked iPhone 6 with T-Mobile SIM versus just a regular unlocked iPhone 6 They seem to be the same price: -iphone/iphone6/4.7-inch-display-64gb-silver
Purchasing an unlocked iPhone means you will not qualify for the lower iPhone price associated with a contract or a carrier installment plan. The unlocked iPhone 6 model is A1586. The unlocked iPhone 6 Plus model is A1524. The T-Mobile iPhone 6 model is A1549. The T-Mobile iPhone 6 Plus model is A1522. For details on LTE network support, please see www.apple.com/iphone/LTE.
*In the US, the GSM version of the A1522 iPhone 6 Plus is sold unlocked and without a contract on T-Mobile and it does not officially support CDMA networks. Apple refers to this model as the "T-Mobile" iPhone 6 Plus. However, users have discovered that it actually does work properly with a Verizon CDMA SIM card, so it does support CDMA after all.
Starting on January 6, 2015, Apple also began selling an unlocked version of the A1524 "Global" iPhone 6 Plus in the United States which Apple calls the "Unlocked" iPhone 6 Plus. Although Apple does not mention it, and it is bound by a two-year contract, the iPhone 6 Plus is offered unlocked on Verizon, too.
* These introductory prices are for the A1522 GSM/North America model with 16 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB of storage, respectively, and are locked to AT&T and require a two-year contract. On September 9, 2015, Apple discontinued the 128 GB capacity (and gold color option), and dropped the price of the remaining 16 GB and 64 GB options to US$199 and US$299, respectively. Contract free on T-Mobile, the GSM/North America model originally was available for US$749, US$849, or US$949, and this was dropped to US$649 and US$749 unlocked and contract free.
These introductory prices are for the A1524 Global/Sprint model with 16, GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB with a two-year contract and locked to Sprint. Starting January 6, 2015, the Global model also was available in the US, contract free and factory unlocked, for US$749, US$849, or US$949. On September 9, 2015, Apple discontinued the 128 GB capacity (and gold color option), and dropped the price of the remaining 16 GB and 64 GB options to US$199 and US$299, respectively, on Sprint. The unlocked and contract free options dropped to US$649 and US$749, respectively. The price varies in other countries around the world.
** These introductory prices are for the A1593 China Mobile model with 16 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB of storage, unlocked and contract-free, but intended for use on China Mobile's network in mainland China. On September 9, 2015, Apple discontinued the 128 GB capacity (and gold color option), and dropped the price of the remaining 16 GB and 64 GB options to RMB 5,288 and RMB 6,088, respectively.
iPhone 6 plus does not have an unlock code, or any type of sequence. It is officially unlocked on Apple servers, which means that even after updating the system or making a factory reset the device will stay unlocked.In order to unlock an iPhone 6 plus you need to provide the IMEI number, which can be found by dialing *#06#, or by checking in the iPhone settings.Second thing is to provide the correct network for unlocking.You always remove the blockade from the network in which the iPhone was bought, not the one that you will be using in the future.If you don't know the network you can use iPhone 6 plus network finder.The last thing is to check if the IMEI number has been reported as stolen, lost, damaged or the bills where not paid for the contract.Blaclisted IMEI number requires diffrent type of service (it will mentioned on the product list).For blacklist check use our blacklist checker for iPhone 6 plus.
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