Guest Post: How to Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge

Today we have another guest post from the folks at UnlockUnit who provide a safe, fast and secure way to unlock your mobile device.  Below they share with us how to unlock two popular phones – online in just a few hours!

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According to a study conducted by Statista, one of the leading statistics companies on the Internet, whose partners include Mashable, Business Insider and Forbes to name a few, Samsung’s share of the UK smartphone market grew from 11.2% in 2011 to 31.8% in 2014. And forecasts say it will continue to grow in the coming years.

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This should reassure you, if you’ve purchased a Samsung device recently, that you’ve made a good choice. Even the UK government has certified the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge as secure, thanks to Samsung’s enhanced mobile security suite Knox, which makes it suitable for use in public agencies. But, by unlocking your device, it will give you the freedom to use it with any carrier in any country in the world!

What options do you have to unlock your phone?

  1. Go to a local phone repair shop. They will use a piece of hardware to unlock your phone, a process which can  be costly, take up to 4 days, and is potentially harmful to your device.
  2. Go to your carrier. Even though they don’t advertise it, network providers are obliged to unlock your phone. They either do this free of charge, or for a fee, but you will probably have to wait for your contract to expire and the process can take up to ten days.
  3. Use an online unlocking platform or app. and are safe, fast and secure, with great reviews and 24/7 customer support. They can buy the unique unlock code that was attributed to your phone in the factory and deliver to you in 1 to 6 hours tops!  And if you’re on the go, you can use the UnlockScope app. Download it now from PlayStore.

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 How do I unlock my Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge by code?

Step 1. Go to and fill in a few details in the form: the brand and model of your phone, the country and network you bought it from, you IMEI (which you can find out by calling *#06# or going to Settings > More > About device > Status) and your email address, required to receive your code.

They have a discount right now for Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. Limited offer.

Step 2. Choose your desired delivery time from 3 available options, and its respective price. Then, make the payment through either credit card, PayPal, Skrill, Moneybookers or Bitcoin.

Step 3. After you receive the unlock code by email, insert a SIM card from a different network provider in your phone and you’ll be asked to “Enter Unlock Code” or “Sim Network Unlock Pin”. Enter your unlock code, and the message “Network Unlock Successful” will be displayed.

If your phone does not ask for the unlock code and it only says “Network Locked” then, as if making a call, dial: #7465625*638*#. And go back to step 3.


UnlockUnit guarantee the best prices on the web for any cellphone you want to unlock with secure payment via credit card, PayPal or Skrill.

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