BlackBerry Unlock Codes
N4BB and GetUnlocked have teamed up to bring you the best in unlocking services. You can get your BlackBerry 10 device unlocked for as little as $34.99! Unlock your BlackBerry now >>
Which BlackBerry models are supported?
We support all BlackBerry 10 models (Z10, Z30, Q10 and Q5) from ALL Carriers.
How do I pay?
We integrate with 2 major payment providers,PayPal, and Amazon Payments. All sensitive financial data is handled by the provider, so your info is safe.
Do you accept Credit Cards?
Absolutely! PayPal allows you to seamlessly use your card and create an account at the same time.
How it works
Unless they specifically say otherwise, most Smartphones are sold “locked” to the carrier that you buy them from. This means that if you try to use the phone on another carrier by changing the SIM card, you are restricted from doing so unless you have an unlock code. Each unlock code is unique to your phone, unlock codes cannot be shared or reused.
GetUnlocked.com provides an affordable way to purchase an unlock and allows you to use your phone with a different carrier/network. Unlike “jailbreaking” or “rooting” your smartphone, unlocking is a safe, standard process that is built into the phone by the manufacturer. Other than allowing you to use the phone on another network, unlocking doesn’t alter the standard behavior of your phone.
In order to provide you with your unlock we need your IMEI number. You IMEI is a 15 digit number that uniquely identifies your phone. After you place you order we send your code/notification via email.
Once you receive an email, we also provide detailed unlocking instructions (BlackBerry 10 | Samsung| Traditional BlackBerry) to show you how to unlock your phone. Once your phone is unlocked, you will be able to use it with any compatible GSM carrier.
- Each carrier’s network allows cell phones to connect to them using one or more frequencies. Most modern Smartphones support multiple frequencies and are compatible with a wide range of carriers, however it is important that you ensure that your model number is supported by a given carrier. Even if your phone is unlocked, it will not work on the new network if the carrier’s frequency is not supported.
- The information above applies to the majority of Smartphones since most of them use GSM only, or GSM and CDMA. There are however a few phones which are CDMA only e.g. BlackBerry 9330, 9130, 9670, 8330. These cannot be unlocked.