Do all NZ sold iphone 3gs come unlocked

for any NZ network! Past or present

geek_lockkettrules, Jan 21, 4:31 pm

no

geek_jancemord, Jan 21, 4:33 pm

From memory the original iPhone 3G was locked to Vodafone initially. But I believe any version of the iPhone now is sold unlocked and can be used on any network.

geek_massived, Jan 21, 4:34 pm

ok. looking at buying a second hand iphone 3gs that was purchased from vodafone a few years back. My one doesn't work anymore unfortunately

geek_lockkettrules, Jan 21, 4:36 pm

iPhones sold in NZ have never been carrier locked.

geek_pyro_sniper2002, Jan 21, 4:38 pm

geek_massived, Jan 21, 4:43 pm

I'm 99% sure that did not include iPhone, pretty sure it was just BlackBerrys. You don't enter a code to unlock an iPhone either, it's done through iTunes.

geek_pyro_sniper2002, Jan 21, 4:46 pm

thanks a bunch guys

geek_lockkettrules, Jan 21, 4:49 pm

I got one of the originals, it was not locked. Still have it.

geek_carlie, Jan 21, 6:11 pm

They're not locked to any network, but the network frequencies are much better suited to telecom's network, so that's the only one you'd want to use it on.

geek_mike2090, Jan 21, 10:04 pm