Thursday, 19 October 2017

How to Instantly Unlock HTC U11 from Telstra

Factory Unlock Code HTC U11 from Telstra

Introducing the new HTC U11. It brings a Revolutionary way to interact with your smartphone with Edge Sense. Beautifully designed liquid surface, dust proof and water resistant 1, Personal audio profile and active noise cancellation with HTC Usonic, 12MP Ultra Pixel™ camera with OIS, and UltraSpeed Autofocus and Artificial Intelligence – HTC Sense Companion.

network UNLOCK HTC U11 from Telstra

SIM Network Unlock PIN is what you see when power on your phone with a different SIM card? This is because your phone is locked to a service provider and you cannot use any other SIM card. To get rid of this message, follow the steps below.


1.  Get your HTC U11 unlock code.
2.  Once you have received the code, power on your phone with SIM Card from a network that does not work with your phone,
3.  The phone should ask for the SIM Network Unlock PIN,
4.  Enter the unlock code provided by us into your HTC U11 phone.
5.  Now your phone should display this message: Network Unlock Successful.

Watch the Video below to see how easy and simple is to unlock your HTC phone.

Important Note: Prior placing the order please make sure your phone is locked by power it on with a non-accepted SIM card.  The phone MUST prompt for the unlock code.


1. What's the average delivery Time?
The average delivery time for any HTC unlock code is 2 hrs.

2. Will my unlocked HTC phone work on most GSM networks?
Yes, once your phone is unlocked you will be able to use most of GSM Networks. However, we always recommend you to check if your device supports the new carrier network bands. Keep in mind that your device technology must be compatible with network technology to enable access and functionality.

3. Will the unlocking be reversed if there is a software update?
No, even after software updates your phone will remain unlocked.

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If you are looking for what you can do with this amazing device watch the video below by High Tech Traveler: