My phone is a "LG G4c" running Android 6.
I am thinking changing to a SIMO contract with ID and using the existing handset.
My question is- as my phone already uses the "3" Network, and I notice ID also uses it, will I be able just to insert a new ID SIM Card into the phone, and then use it without having to unlock the phone first?
Or do I have to get the phone unlocked before using the ID network
Any advice please, David of Scotland.
Best answer by Mohammed
Welcome to the iD Community.
It's worth checking with Three UK, but handsets purchased from them may be unlocked already.
This means, popping an iD SIM into the phone should work fine.
If your handset is locked, since iD use Three UK for network coverage it's most likely you would still be able to use the SIM in your device. We can't guarantee this, as the phone was purchased from Three UK.
A quick google search shows this is the same for other networks who network share but not something guaranteed.
Such as EE and BT Mobile (where BT Mobile uses EE masts for coverage).
EDIT: I've moved your topic to the section Ask a question