How to Unlock Samsung phones in County Tipperary

Where to get Samsung phone unlocked in County Tipperary

You have a new Samsung phone, or rather, new to you, but it's not on the right network.

There's many reasons for unlocking a Samsung Galaxy phone — cheaper deals, the ability to use local SIM cards when you go abroad (this is a great idea to escape paying roaming charges), or just to increase the resale value. We all know why it's good to unlock a Samsung phone . The question is where in County Tipperary can you get a Samsung Galaxy phone unlocked?

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How to unlock a Samsung phone in County Tipperary

There are 2 ways to get your Samsung phone unlocked in County Tipperary

1. Do it yourself online.

Unlocking a Samsung Galaxy phone is really easy. You don't need to go into any shop and pay them to do it for you. It can all be done online, and your phone is unlocked in a few days. Just make sure you use an official, legitimate, company. We've reviewed a lot of mobile phone unlocking services and in County Tipperary, we recommend Direct Unlocks

Think of all the time you'll save. You don't have the hassle of going into County Tipperary center, getting a parking spot, and then having to leave your phone with them for a few days. Plus you have to pay extra for that.

Local shops in County Tipperary don't actually have the facilities to unlock a Samsung phone. You need to be a really large company to be able to become an official unlock center. So, they will basically do the unlock online for you and then charge you a small fee.

It's best that you visit Direct Unlocks and do it yourself.

 Benefits of unlocking a Samsung phone yourself in County Tipperary

  • The phone is unlocked remotely using the phone networks signal. You don't need to leave your mobile with anyone else.
  • It's the quickest way of unlocking. You don't need to travel into County Tipperary to find a local mobile phone shop.
  • It's cheap — the official online unlocking companies don't need to pay rent & rates and don't have any middle-men, so it should be a lot cheaper than a local mobile phone shop in County Tipperary

 Drawbacks of unlocking a Samsung phone yourself in County Tipperary

  • You will need the IMEI of your mobile. It's really simple though. Just phone *#06* start-hash-zero-six-star on your phone and the number will pop-up. How to find your IMEI
  • It is always easier to have someone take care of things. So if you really are not good with technology, and you don't mind paying extra to have your Samsung phone unlocked in County Tipperary, then it's probably best to go to a shop. (it is really simple though, so you could just try and see if you can save money)

More about County Tipperary

Picture of County Tipperary.

County Tipperary (Irish: Contae Thiobraid Árann) is a county in Ireland. It is located in the province of Munster. The county is named after the town of Tipperary, and was established in the early thirteenth century, shortly after the Norman invasion of Ireland. The population of the county was 159,553 at the 2016 census. The largest towns are Clonmel, Nenagh and Thurles.

Tipperary County Council is the local government authority for the county. Between 1838 and 2014 county Tipperary was divided into two ridings/counties, North Tipperary and South Tipperary, which were unified under the Local Government Reform Act 2014, which came into effect following the 2014 local elections on 3 June 2014.


2. Find a shop in County Tipperary who will unlock your Samsung mobile phone

This is a good option for people who really don't do technology. There are shops in County Tipperary who advertise that they can unlock a Samsung phone. Normally what happens is that you take your phone there, and leave it with them. You will need to give them access to your mobile so that they can test it when the phone is actually unlocked.

It's not possible to unlock a mobile phone immediately, so you will definitely need to leave the phone with the shop. If you're like me, you probably won't want to leave your mobile with a stranger for that time. Especially, because they have full access to all the information on it.

In conclusion

The 2 options are

  1. Go to a mobile phone shop in County Tipperary, leave your phone with them for a few days while they unlock it online.
  2. Do it yourself at Direct Unlocks for the cheapest price and quickest time.

Check your IMEI for free.

Type *#06# on your phone's keypad to get your IMEI number and put in the box below.


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What about "Free" Unlock Codes?

It used to be that with older Samsung Galaxy phones (Normally the Galaxy S3 and older) it was quite easy to unlock your phone for free. You could “root” your phone then run a special app to generate an unlock code. Just a few years ago this was a reasonably safe thing to do with your phone. But now, it leads to a number of issues.

The least of which is that Samsung software, since 2012, regularly checks whether the handset is running an official version of their software and will lock the phone again. Worse than this though is that just like Jail-Breaking on iOS devices, the whole industry behind rooting phones or Jail-breaking, has been taken over by organised criminals who want to install malware on your handset. When you root your phone you are bypassing any security that Samsung has put on your phone and you're effectively allowing apps to have free access to all parts of your phone, including text messages, contact information and maybe even passwords. So it's really not worth it. I would recommend that you pay the small amount to get your Samsung Galaxy phone unlocked properly and keep the official Samsung software on there.


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