As you may have heard, there has been some changes to the law regarding unlocking of cell phones affecting individuals in the USA. As of January 26th, 2013 it will be illegal to unlock devices that are manufactured from this date onwards for USA. Phones made BEFORE this date are still 100% okay to unlock. This law can be completely ignored by clients outside of the USA in foreign countries. This is part of the DMCA ruling, more info can be read here: https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2012-26308.pdf
US Customers: If you are in the United States of America and own a cell phone that was manufactured before January 26th, 2013, you may legally unlock it in accordance with the exemption to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. If your device was manufactured after January 26th 2013, you will be required to have permission from the service provider in which your phone is locked to. Myphonecode.com will not provide any advice, service, or support for any USA service provider cell phone or smart phone which was manufactured after January 26th, 2013. Myphonecode.com will not be held liable or responsible if you place an order for an unlock code for any USA service provider cell phone that was manufactured after January 26th, 2013. If you make a purchase on Myphonecode.com you accept full responsibility for complying with all local, national, and international laws.
Due to the recent legislation passed by the Library of Congress for the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA), we are forbidden to unlock devices that were manufactured on January 26th, 2013 and later. We will not be held liable for unknowingly unlocking a device that was made from this date onwards. We invite you to sign the petition to make unlocking 2013 cell phones legal :
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/make-unlocking-cell-phones-legal/1g9KhZG7 (please share with your friend)