Here's your exact quote. Nothing mentioned about what the company said:
If you say a company will do something, do you think you should actually know that they really will? Then to make matters worse you stated:"For example, here's one company that will jailbreak and unlock your iPhone for a fee http://www.unlock-apple-iphone.com/"
You didn't say one of thousands that claim to do it. You stated a person could go to these places for a jailbreak and unlock. Again, big difference."I simply pointed out just one of thousands of places one can go to for a factory unauthorized jailbreak and unlock."
Now after I called you out on your incorrect statements you backpedal from the quotes above. But nonetheless, your statements still stand.
Really, and how would you yourself personally know of thousands that claim this? Or is that number just one that you made up?I know of thousands of sites who claim iPhone unlocks, and recommend none of them except http://blog.iphone-dev.org/
The bottom line is, since you are now recommending the dev team's website and you have clarified your statements as to what the sites claim versus what you say they will do, I can end my work here correcting the misinformation.
If you want an unlocked device, buy an unlocked device. You can buy an unlocked iPhone straight from Apple in the U.S. Or you can buy all sorts of other unlocked devices from everywhere.Or do they love us so much they shackle their devices to their network, even after the original subsidy has been repaid?
AT&T customers don't have to take AT&T's subsidy. Nobody puts a gun to their head. If you take a subsidy, you play by their rules. If you don't take a subsidy, you play your rules. It's the customer's choice. This is completely unlike Verizon where you have to use the phones that they dictate.