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Location: Wilmington, NC
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Originally Posted by Sobe View Post
I wanted the iPhone so I stayed with AT&T, and didn't unlock it for another carrier. I had no problem doing so, as I knew it was only available through the one carrier. Call me crazy for following the law, and thinking it's silly that because two businesses are telling you how they want their product and technology, that laws should be drafted to force them to do against their own will. I love this country
Once I've fulfilled my contract and my phone is paid for, I should be able to use it on any compatible carrier. I think it's silly for two businesses to tell me that I can't. I should have the right to do so, and it's a shame laws have to be drafted to protect my rights thusly.


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