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How to unlock Samsung A50 - All you need to know


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Sep 6, 2016
To unlock your Samsung A50 is to open up a world of possibilities with regard to ease of use. Using our hassle free instructions you can ensure you can unlock your Samsung A50 to any network provider.
Whether you have bought this compact device new, or have a pre owned model, UnlockPlus can enable you to unlock your Galaxy A50. Being able to switch between networks is vital in this day and age, where we all like to save money on our bills.
Paying a small fee to unlock your device will ensure you never again have to worry about checking roaming costs or trying to work out how to change from one sim card to another. Click here if you need to fix or reset your device or to find other Galaxy A52 tutorials.


Why should you get free your Samsung A50?

1. You can avoid roaming charges when traveling by using a local SIM card.
2. You can easily change you service provider if you find a better plan from another carrier.
3. Get a higher resell value for your phone and be able to sell it internationally.

How do I Unlock Samsung Galaxy A50?

You need a network unlock code to remove SIM lock from your device. It is very important to use a good unlocking service to get the unlock code, there are several websites out there but make sure you avoid scams. UnlockPlus is a good service, with fast and safe unlocking solutions at cheap prices. To order an unlock code you have to provide the country and the carrier your phone is locked to, and also the IMEI number of your phone . You can find your device IMEI number by dialing *#06# as if you were making a call. The IMEI number can be 15 or 17 digits long but you need to provide only first 15 digits of your IMEI number to calculate the unlock code. After you place the order you will get the unlock code for your device. The code will be sent to your email, within the estimated timeframe stated on the website.

Unlock Samsung Galaxy phone

Instructions for Samsung device

Once you have the unlock code it's very simple to enter the code:
1. Power up the phone with a non-accepted GSM SIM card inserted
2. The phone will ask for the unlock code and will display a field where to enter the code
3. Enter the unlock code sent by UnlockPlus.com and press “Unlock”
4. Your phone will display “Network unlock successful”
5. Success! Your phone is now unlocked!

Why use UnlockPlus.com to get a Samsung A50 code

1. As easy as dialing a phone number, NO cables, NO software, NO rooting.
2. NO risk of damaging you phone, NO warranty void.
3. More than 20.000 phones unlocked only in the last year. We use this experience to keep our customers satisfied.
4. Low Prices, Fast turnaround, Amazing Customer Support - We’re here 24/7.
5. Money Back Guarantee if we can't find the code or if the code doesn't work on your device.

Samsung A50 TECHRADAR reviews:

Samsung Galaxy A50 design and display
In terms of dimensions the A50 is very similar to the A30 – it has exactly the same screen with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display, and the same thickness at 7.7mm. It did feel a little on the large side, especially when reaching for the power and volume buttons, but unlike the A30 it doesn't have a rear fingerprint sensor so there was less need to stretch to turn on the device.
Instead of a rear fingerprint sensor, it has an optical fingerprint reader built into the screen, which made up for its larger size. Curiously this screen, despite being the same as the A30's, seemed a little lower quality, with less vibrant colors and a noticeably dimmer screen when brightness on both was turned to the maximum. That may have just been the trade-show unit on hand, however...
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