Gosh, everyone can get an unlock.
That doesn't count.
http://www.expat-blog.com/forum/viewtop … 2#p1265992
Voda are keen on their contracts, even if you move to malta, demanding you actually keep to the terms you agree on when you get a discounted phone.
Do you really think they're going to allow someone who has left the country, and has a poor record to get out of their contract that easily?
"my phones been cut off so can't text back!! Shall I meet you outside hatters at 7.20?", says the OP, six months before asking how to unlock a phone.
http://kenstechtips.com/index.php/cance … hould_I_do
That explains how companies subsidise the phone, then expect you to pay up if you want to cancel the contract (How unfair - not(.
Now consider the OP, do you really think they're going to make it easy for her?
Thinking they're going to allow an easy way out is silly, and daft to argue about when it's stated in the OP.
https://www.vodafone.co.uk/vodafone-uk/ … e-request/
If your device is blacklisted, we won’t be able to send you an unlock code.
Blacklisting can be for many reason, stolen, lost, or bills not paid.
Don't tell me, all phones can be unlocked, so this doesn't count.