* Sprint will happily give you a code to unlock your Sprint phone for domestic GSM carriers, if it is unsubsidized (source: four Sprint reps).
* Sprint never unlocks your Sprint phone for domestic GSM carriers. (source: two Sprint reps)
* It is physically impossible to unlock your Sprint phone for domestic GSM carriers (Motorola Rep)
* You don't need any unlock codes to use your sprint phone for domestic carriers; just unlock the bootloader with the Android SDK (Motorola Rep).
* Once you have an unlock code, it is your new carrier's responsibility to help you unlock your phone (two Sprint reps).
* It is always your old carrier's responsibility to unlock your phone (two T-Mobile reps).
* Ting (an MVNO using Sprint's physical network) sells Moto X's that work on their network.
* Ting has a program to bring over Sprint phones to their service.
* Ting does not have a program to bring over Sprint Moto X's to their service.
At this point, I believe the most logical course of action is to move into a hut in the woods, and, at any given point, only speak to people who are within punching range.
- University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMathematics, 1997 - 2005
- Illinois Mathematics and Science Acadamey1994 - 1997
- 2010 - present
- Network Ninja2006 - 2010
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