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Is the Motorola Moto G 4G easy to unlock?

Is the Motorola Moto G 4G easy to unlock from say O2 or Tesco Mobile?

Most Useful Answer Jimz  Aug. 21, 2014 at 19:58

Yes £2 on Ebay for code.

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Jimz  Aug. 21, 2014 at 19:58

Yes £2 on Ebay for code.

spruceyb  Aug. 22, 2014 at 07:44

No.
£1.69 from eBay but you need to contact the seller first with IMEI as the server isn't returning unlock codes for some 4G Motorola handests

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Motorola-Moto-G-Moto-G-4G-Moto-E-Mobile-Phone-Unlock-Code-/111416499223?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item19f0f0dc17

CTPAHHIK  Aug. 22, 2014 at 10:36

All Moto Gs can be unlocked. When server doesn't return unlock code there is another method to have it unlocked. It will take 3 days and it will cost around £5 - £6.
Not all sellers are able to use advanced unlock method.

Either provide IMEI or buy an unlock. If phone cannot be unlocked instantly you will get a refund. Reach out to other sellers via Ebay message asking if they can unlock a phone when server doesn't provide a code. Those that are able to unlock it will know what you talking about.

I got a returned Moto G from Tesco - it arrived with SIM card already installed. I bet original owner was unable to unlock it and returned phone back. I run into same problem - HUKD deal link didn't work (seller couldn't unlock it). I've reached out to this guy to get proper unlock for £6. Called Tesco and complained about phone being a return and got £15 voucher.

heartgernt  Aug. 22, 2014 at 17:25

All Moto Gs can be unlocked. When server doesn't return unlock code there is another method to have it unlocked. It will take 3 days and it will cost around £5 - £6.
Not all sellers are able to use advanced unlock method.

Either provide IMEI or buy an unlock. If phone cannot be unlocked instantly you will get a refund. Reach out to other sellers via Ebay message asking if they can unlock a phone when server doesn't provide a code. Those that are able to unlock it will know what you talking about.

I got a returned Moto G from Tesco - it arrived with SIM card already installed. I bet original owner was unable to unlock it and returned phone back. I run into same problem - HUKD deal link didn't work (seller couldn't unlock it). I've reached out to this guy to get proper unlock for £6. Called Tesco and complained about phone being a return and got £15 voucher.



I tried getting a code from him but my phone doesn't seem to be supported. What's this about the £6? He said there was no other way when I asked.

Is there any other way apart from the £20 Tesco unlock?

alltechguy  Aug. 25, 2014 at 18:00

there are many websites on the internet which takes some money and will unlock your phone

CTPAHHIK  Aug. 26, 2014 at 08:01

Looks like Mr. Green went cheapskate route and didn't renew his access license (or got caught).
Here is another one.

Google and you shall be rewarded :p

mrew42  Aug. 26, 2014 at 09:26

All Moto Gs can be unlocked. When server doesn't return unlock code there is another method to have it unlocked. It will take 3 days and it will cost around £5 - £6.
Not all sellers are able to use advanced unlock method.

Either provide IMEI or buy an unlock. If phone cannot be unlocked instantly you will get a refund. Reach out to other sellers via Ebay message asking if they can unlock a phone when server doesn't provide a code. Those that are able to unlock it will know what you talking about.

I got a returned Moto G from Tesco - it arrived with SIM card already installed. I bet original owner was unable to unlock it and returned phone back. I run into same problem - HUKD deal link didn't work (seller couldn't unlock it). I've reached out to this guy to get proper unlock for £6. Called Tesco and complained about phone being a return and got £15 voucher.


All Tesco PAYG Moto's come with the sim installed.

JanSt / MOD  Dec. 3, 2014 at 00:34

Moto G 4G Unlock code from eBay seller with 99% positive feedback £1.69 only!

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