Your account must be in good standing, and your phone must not be reported lost, stolen, or blocked to T-Mobile. You have requested no more than two mobile device unlock codes per service line in the last 12 months. If the device was financed using T‑Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), then all payments must be made and the device must be paid in full unless otherwise specified. If the device is on an account with a service contract term, then at least 18 consecutive monthly payments must have been made. Or, the account must have been migrated to a no-contract rate plan. T‑Mobile may request proof of purchase or additional information at its discretion, and certain other exceptions may apply. For post-paid accounts, your phone must be active on the T‑Mobile network for at least 40 days. If the device is on a canceled account, the balance must be paid in full. Prepaid iPhones must have been active on the T‑Mobile network for more than one … [Read more...] about How to unlock your iPhone to use it with another carrier
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Alternatives to Wi-Fi calling If you find that your device doesn’t support Wi-Fi calling or there’s a problem with your carrier, then you can always opt for an alternative. Check out the best video chat apps and the best messaging apps for some ideas. The only problem is that you and the person you want to call will both need to have the app installed and your messages and calls will be contained within that app, so they won’t appear in the default messages app or call logs on your phone. … [Read more...] about What is Wi-Fi calling, and how does it work?
As upset as we may be and for as underserved as HBO’s fans are right now, in the end, it’s not really going to matter. We love the content that HBO makes and to which it owns the rights — notably, content that is not available anywhere else. We as viewers are just going to have to wait for it to get better. How long that is going to take is anyone’s guess, but if HBO wants this to be nothing more than a tiny mark on its otherwise gleaming reputation, it will have to address this gap in the market soon. … [Read more...] about I’m not mad, HBO Max, I’m just disappointed
Oscar-winning films come to roost on Netflix this month. From Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear to West Side Story to Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird, the streaming giant offers up some great films in June. Additionally, June sees the return of popular Netflix Originals 13 Reasons Why and Queer Eye. Spike Lee also releases his first film for Netflix, Da 5 Bloods, and also sees a couple of his classic joints including Inside Man and The Miracle at St. Anna join the service. … [Read more...] about What’s new on Netflix, and what’s leaving in June 2020