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A bill slowly working its way through Congress would once again make it legal for consumers to unlock their cellular phones so that they can be used on other carriers’ networks.
While lawmakers dither, a “voluntary” agreement the carriers signed under pressure from the Federal Communications Commission is paying off for some customers, but not all.
The guarantee signed in December should force the carriers to unlock phones, albeit only when a consumer has paid off his or her contract, and in many cases not until early next year.
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