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Unlocking my old iphone without messing up my current iphone?

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I recently sold my iphone to someone but they said it actually isn't factory unlocked and that it will only work with an AT&T sim card. He sent me this link to unlock the phone.

https://www.att.com/deviceunlock/client/en_US/termsAndCondition

But I had a few questions about it. For the wireless number do I type in the number of that phone? It's an iphone 4 and I now have an iphone 5. BOTH had the same number. So what I'm worried about is if it will mess up my current iphone 5? And also for the customer type, would I check mark the current or the previous tab? I am a current customer but the phone was my previous phone. Dumb question but it is a little confusing.

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You are a current customer.

Type in your phone number but you would type the IMEI of the iPhone 4 you want to unlock. Done deal.
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post #3 of 4
You only need IMEI number to unlock iPhone from network restriction. You don't need a wireless number for it. You can better try any other safe unlocking source for your AT&T network locked iPhone 4.
For example, You can get the remote unlocking service for your iPhone 4. You can get the remote unlocking service for an iPhone 4 from www.prounlocking.com This method of unlocking is safe, simple, affordable, quick and permanent. It doesn't require a jailbreak too. Good luck mate.
Edited by ariesplusaries - 5/21/13 at 4:32am
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Why pay for it when out of contract phones are unlocked via itunes for free
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