Moto X No-contract

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Moto X No-contract

Hi, im looking forward to buy a Moto X AT&T no contract from Motorola.com, i live outside U.S.A (Costa Rica) My question is, can  I use this phone with a local company? (same at&t bands)  Is AT&T going to provide me a unlock code for a no contract phone?

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Re: Moto X No-contract

AT&T only unlocks phones for it's current and former subscribers and if an unlock code is available (and I don't know if it is for Moto X). Moto X is available unlocked and carrier free on motorola.com or Amazon, that's what you want to buy.

 

Dmitriy


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Re: Moto X No-contract

I agree with ATTDmitryCM. Purchasing the phone unlocked from Motorola.com/Amazon is a much better idea. That way, there is no unlock code hassle, yadda, yadda, yadda.

On another note, it looks like a pretty neat phone. CHEAP, too - just the way I like 'em. Smiley Very Happy

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Re: Moto X No-contract

Hello Dmitriy,

 

I have a question. I plan to buy a no-contract AT&T Moto X through Motorola.com with full price. If I'm an AT&T user (for another phone), can I request AT&T to unlock the newly-bought Moto X?

 

Thanks so much!

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Re: Moto X No-contract

Hello Dmitriy,

I have a question. I plan to buy a no-contract AT&T Moto X through Motorola.com with full price. If I'm an AT&T user (for another phone), can I request AT&T to unlock the newly-bought Moto X?

Thanks so much!
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Re: Moto X No-contract

It is best to buy the unlocked version. AT&T will sometimes not unlock a new phone for a certain amount of time so if you plan on using it on a non-AT&T account, you are better off buying the unlocked version. It is usually the same price as the no contract phone.
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If you click on Dmitriy's name, it will pop up another page with a link to send him a private message. That is the best contact.
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