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I don't care.

My device, my rights. I didn't pay for something just to have it owned by our tech-illiterate government.

If I want to unlock my phone, I'll damn well do it. They can put me in jail for my entire life and I'll have no regrets.
    
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Buy a Nexus..?
 
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It`s times like these when I am so incredibly glad I don`t live in the US biggrin.gif

Let`s just hope this doesn`t set a precedent for the rest of the world. I`ll unlock my phone I just paid hundreds of dollars for if I so please, the authorities can get knicked
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This isn't a solution; it's a workaround to curtailed freedom challenged by a preposterously disproportional punishment.

Nope. It IS a solution.

The problem here is that consumers want to be able to get their iPOS/SIII devices for $199 (way below the device's real price) and still have the "right" to do whatever they please with said device. In short; they want their cake and they want to eat it too... Ah and while you're at it.... Make it so that my hips don't get bigger from all that cake.
People getting up in arms because carriers want to make it illegal for them to modify devices they don't own is not something to be outraged at. People wanting to be able to get their phones for half price and still have the "right" to modify them as they see fit... Now; that's an outrage.
The sooner people realize that if they got their iPOS for $199; they don't really own the device until 24 months of a "lease-to-own" contract have passed, the sooner we can move on to more important issues.
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Do you even know how much it is to break a contract? thats like buying a phone its self. Also just to clear this up, IF YOU HAVE AN UNLOCKED PHONE BEFORE JAN. 26th IT IS LEGAL ITS ONLY FOR PEOPLE AFTER THE 26th! Just clearing that up.

Yes I do. Get your iPOS for $199, break the contract and you'll have to pay the carrier an "early cancellation fee" of something between $300 and $400 depending on the carrier and how long you've been with the contract you're breaking. In other words; they'll want you to pay the difference in price for the device you got from them between what you paid and what the real value of the phone is. It's like paying off your car loan early. Simple.

And the 26th is irrelevant... Buy your phone from the manufacturer (paying full retail) and the phone will come to you unlocked. It won't be illegal as there is no contract with a carrier saying the phone is not yours.
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First, I do agree with you.

But, even if we buy the phone outright, we still need to have a plan (contract or not), and it will still probably cost $99/mth. I've never seen any carrier offer a no-contract plan for a different rate than a contract plan. And at the same time, you're probably not getting rid of your phone anytime soon. You will be using that phone, or another one like it for 2 years, or longer, right? So as long as you can get a plan that's good for you, that's not overpriced, why wouldn't you save a few bucks now on the phone if you could? Going into a contract like that, it's obviously important to be an informed consumer, and know what it means to be on contract, and what your limitations are. But as long as those limitations aren't bothering you, there's really not much downside to it. Save a few hundred bucks on the phone, and the only catch is you have to stay with the same carrier for 2 years. Most people (not us, but most people) would stay with the same carrier for much longer than that anyway.

Plenty of carriers offer "no contract" plans. Depending on where you live in the US; you might be able to find a carrier that goes as low as $49 for voice-data on a 4G/4G LTE network. It's just a matter of shopping around. And guess what will happen to all those $99 plans that the "big carriers" offer once people start moving away from them and choosing the cheaper carriers? Competition creates better value for the consumer; the only reason they do what they do (carriers) is because they're practically the "only shop in town". But once they start seeing their subscribers numbers go down; they'll have to adapt.

As far as people wanting to save a couple hundred bucks on the initial "spend"... Perfect. But then DON'T get all "up in arms" when the carrier tells you that you can't unlock/jailbreak the device... That phone is NOT yours; so stop tinkering with it.
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These new stupid laws makes the whole thing "Police State" like, it's a scary thought. things out of the movies.
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Nope. It IS a solution.

The problem here is that consumers want to be able to get their iPOS/SIII devices for $199 (way below the device's real price) and still have the "right" to do whatever they please with said device. In short; they want their cake and they want to eat it too... Ah and while you're at it.... Make it so that my hips don't get bigger from all that cake.
People getting up in arms because carriers want to make it illegal for them to modify devices they don't own is not something to be outraged at. People wanting to be able to get their phones for half price and still have the "right" to modify them as they see fit... Now; that's an outrage.
The sooner people realize that if they got their iPOS for $199; they don't really own the device until 24 months of a "lease-to-own" contract have passed, the sooner we can move on to more important issues.
Yes I do. Get your iPOS for $199, break the contract and you'll have to pay the carrier an "early cancellation fee" of something between $300 and $400 depending on the carrier and how long you've been with the contract you're breaking. In other words; they'll want you to pay the difference in price for the device you got from them between what you paid and what the real value of the phone is. It's like paying off your car loan early. Simple.

And the 26th is irrelevant... Buy your phone from the manufacturer (paying full retail) and the phone will come to you unlocked. It won't be illegal as there is no contract with a carrier saying the phone is not yours.
Plenty of carriers offer "no contract" plans. Depending on where you live in the US; you might be able to find a carrier that goes as low as $49 for voice-data on a 4G/4G LTE network. It's just a matter of shopping around. And guess what will happen to all those $99 plans that the "big carriers" offer once people start moving away from them and choosing the cheaper carriers? Competition creates better value for the consumer; the only reason they do what they do (carriers) is because they're practically the "only shop in town". But once they start seeing their subscribers numbers go down; they'll have to adapt.

As far as people wanting to save a couple hundred bucks on the initial "spend"... Perfect. But then DON'T get all "up in arms" when the carrier tells you that you can't unlock/jailbreak the device... That phone is NOT yours; so stop tinkering with it.

No. That's not how it works. Like I said, it's part of the millenium copyright act. It's not just your breaking of contract. They are essentially claiming that breaking copyright protection is like breaking into a safe at the bank. At least as far as the punishment reflects.

The ruling originally excluded smartphones based on the ruling of the library of congress (why the hell ever that is), but now they have decided to take that exclusion away. Basically you're getting hit like a professional movie bootlegger.
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Nope. It IS a solution.

The problem here is that consumers want to be able to get their iPOS/SIII devices for $199 (way below the device's real price) and still have the "right" to do whatever they please with said device. In short; they want their cake and they want to eat it too... Ah and while you're at it.... Make it so that my hips don't get bigger from all that cake.
People getting up in arms because carriers want to make it illegal for them to modify devices they don't own is not something to be outraged at. People wanting to be able to get their phones for half price and still have the "right" to modify them as they see fit... Now; that's an outrage.
The sooner people realize that if they got their iPOS for $199; they don't really own the device until 24 months of a "lease-to-own" contract have passed, the sooner we can move on to more important issues.
Yes I do. Get your iPOS for $199, break the contract and you'll have to pay the carrier an "early cancellation fee" of something between $300 and $400 depending on the carrier and how long you've been with the contract you're breaking. In other words; they'll want you to pay the difference in price for the device you got from them between what you paid and what the real value of the phone is. It's like paying off your car loan early. Simple.

And the 26th is irrelevant... Buy your phone from the manufacturer (paying full retail) and the phone will come to you unlocked. It won't be illegal as there is no contract with a carrier saying the phone is not yours.
Plenty of carriers offer "no contract" plans. Depending on where you live in the US; you might be able to find a carrier that goes as low as $49 for voice-data on a 4G/4G LTE network. It's just a matter of shopping around. And guess what will happen to all those $99 plans that the "big carriers" offer once people start moving away from them and choosing the cheaper carriers? Competition creates better value for the consumer; the only reason they do what they do (carriers) is because they're practically the "only shop in town". But once they start seeing their subscribers numbers go down; they'll have to adapt.

As far as people wanting to save a couple hundred bucks on the initial "spend"... Perfect. But then DON'T get all "up in arms" when the carrier tells you that you can't unlock/jailbreak the device... That phone is NOT yours; so stop tinkering with it.

Nowhere in the contract does it say you have to keep the device. Nowhere does it say it has to remain locked.

What the contract does say is that you will pay X amount for Y months of service for Z plan. That's it. When you break contract is when you want to not have service anymore, NOT when you want to unlock your device or sell it or break it or w/e.

Also, stop it with the iPOS. I know people don't like it, but it makes you sound like an elitist, if not an ass.

And again, I detailed the situation for consumers in the US. Pay $600 for an unlocked phone, and pay X for a service plan which most people keep for 5 years or more anyways, or pay $200 and be contracted into the service plan for 2 years with the same X cost. One costs $400 more than the other, and what's the benefit? Unlocked phone and ability to leave the service anytime they want. How often do people leave their service after a few months? There's a huge cost penalty for the unlocked phone route with no benefits whatsoever.
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And again, I detailed the situation for consumers in the US. Pay $600 for an unlocked phone, and pay X for a service plan which most people keep for 5 years or more anyways, or pay $200 and be contracted into the service plan for 2 years with the same X cost. One costs $400 more than the other, and what's the benefit? Unlocked phone and ability to leave the service anytime they want. How often do people leave their service after a few months? There's a huge cost penalty for the unlocked phone route with no benefits whatsoever.

How many choices you have for services largely depends on where you live. In some areas buying a unlock phone could mean huge savings despite the 600 upfront cost. I know of a few people who brought contracts through AT&T, took their phones to t-mobile and ended their AT&T contract without paying them a dime. This only raises the cost for everyone else.

If you don't care about LTE and you live in the right area you could get a great cell phone with a plan without contract for as little as 30 dollars a month. With a single member plan that would be a savings of at least 600 a year as most carriers in the US charge at least 80 to 100 dollars a month for a smart phone.
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How many choices you have for services largely depends on where you live. In some areas buying a unlock phone could mean huge savings despite the 600 upfront cost. I know of a few people who brought contracts through AT&T, took their phones to t-mobile and ended their AT&T contract without paying them a dime. This only raises the cost for everyone else.

If you don't care about LTE and you live in the right area you could get a great cell phone with a plan without contract for as little as 30 dollars a month. With a single member plan that would be a savings of at least 600 a year as most carriers in the US charge at least 80 to 100 dollars a month for a smart phone.

Places like that are rare outside of large cities though. Also, what about people that travel a lot?

Your friends that did that must have either pulled some strings or found loopholes to do that. They should have been charged an ETF.
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This won't stop crap. People will still unlock phones and make business like that if they wish.

I'd like to see this ****ty law imprison 1000s of people just by doing this - while our jails are already over-populated.
    
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