Introduction: How to Factory Unlock Your Motorola Moto G 2014
If you’re reading this article, it means that you’re currently staring at your brand new Motorola Moto G with your best Puss n Boots impression to date and thinking about ways to make it work. You’re undoubtedly very cute, but staying like that for too long will give you wrinkles.
So let’s solve your phone’s little problem!
Why would you want to SIM unlock your phone?
- You’ve just bought or received a shiny new Motorola Moto G and it’s locked in a different network. You’re just dying to use it and you’re looking for a safe and fast way to switch to your current carrier.
- You’re not happy with the offer from your current carrier and you want to move to the competition. Fair enough, you’re entitled to the best services after all.
- You’re planning to travel and you want to dodge some pretty ludacris roaming fees by getting a SIM from a local carrier.
If by now, a little voice in your head is screaming “Yes, show me how to unlock this bad boy already!”, keep reading.
How to unlock your Motorola Moto G fast and safely
- You can reach out to your carrier to help you unlock your phone. Most carriers offer this service to customers who have completed their contracts or who have activated their prepaid device at least a year in advance.
- You can search online for the free method of unlocking your phone. Be careful though. If you choose this route, you’ll need some serious technical skills to complete the tasks. If you don’t necessarily see yourself as tech-savvy, I don’t advise choosing this option.
- You can buy an unlock code online. There are a handful of websites that offer unlocking services, from which you quickly receive a code based on your phone’s IMEI number. Make sure to read their testimonials first, because you’ll want to be able to talk to a real person, wherever you’re from, in case you need help.
This pretty much sums up the ways in which you can unlock your Motorola Moto G. My personal advice is to look for quality, whichever method you choose. Only the best for you and your baby. (Your smartphone is your baby, right?)
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