Samsung Galaxy S8 is undoubtedly the best smartphone Samsung has ever made. The screen is brilliant, offering an exceptional experience for any user ranging from watching movies to browsing the web. Besides, the powerful CPUs also offer the phone enough power to handle even the toughest tasks and games.
However, the Samsung Galaxy S8 won’t come cheap. With Infinity display and high-end specs, the Galaxy S8 will cost you about $724.99 or $30 per month with a 24-month contract through carriers. Buying a carrier-locked phone may save you some cash, but it also comes with many restrictions imposed by the carrier.
If you are planning to sign up for a monthly payment plan, don’t worry because there is a simple way to turn your Galaxy S8 into the global version, so you can use it on any network domestically and internationally.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to unlock Samsung Galaxy S8 for use with a different network. Before we begin, make sure you are aware of your carrier. If not, visit this link to learn more about your carrier (Dial *#06# from your phone app to get IMEI number)
How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S8
Step one: Open your preferred web browser and head to expressunlock.com. Once you are in, click Unlock Other Phone and then select Unlock Samsung phone from the drop-down menu
Step two: You now need to select your carrier from the list (select Unlock any Samsung option if your carrier is not listed)
Step three: Insert the IMEI number into the space provided then select your phone model (Samsung Galaxy S8) and click the “Unlock it” button. You can now proceed to checkout
Step four: Next up, provide your billing information and click "Pay with PayPal"
Step five: Once your payment is completed, the system will send you the official Unlock code for your phone.
Step six: Power off your phone > Remove the SIM card > insert a different SIM card (from another carrier) > Power on the phone > Enter Unlock code > Unlock. Your phone is now free.
Note: There are dozens of other websites out there that use hacking tools to get your phone unlocked, so your phone will get re-locked. We recommend you stay away from such services.
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Good luck with your unlock.