Unlock WorldWide iPhone 6+, 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G By IMEI

Unlock iPhone IMEI Worldwide, Unlock for iPhone 6+ Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 locked to Any Network – In case if your locked carrier not list, you can unlock your iPhone using worldwide service, no matter what is the carrier your iPhone is locked to.
Official Apple iPhone permanent unlock for iPhone 6+, 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G locked to any carrier Worldwide. This unlock is done in iTunes, which is the safest and most reliable way to unlock your cellular device. This service will work on any iOS and baseband version.

Official Factory IMEI Unlock Softbank Japan Process

Apple’s latest 6 series devices are designed such that they can be fully unlocked through an IMEI number. The desired subscribed carriers like Softbank and Kiddi to name a few, provide very few unlocking solutions as these carriers provide pre-subscribed data plans that also cover a little above your phone’s actual market value.

At the moment, considering the new policies of Apple Inc., the only desireable way to unlock your phone’s potential is to unlock through the IMEI number. The process is simple yet effective. However, the only hindrance is a bad ESN number which would indeed make it impossible for the phone to be unlocked, But we also have solution for bad ESN.

Just visit UnlockNest and you can have your Softbank Japan iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5s, 6, 6+ unlocked.

A fully unlocked device empowers your iPhone to be used with any carrier Worldwide. A word of caution, however, to those who wish to use the iPhone on a domestic carrier is that they might not be able to utilize the services fully. As the domestic carriers restricts them of certain features.

Is the process safe?

Yes, unlocking through an IMEI number (which is unique for each iPhone) enables you to unlock the iphone and is the only legal way.

Benefits to unlock your Softbank Japan iPhone?

There are a lot of benefits of having officially unlocked iPhone 6+, 6, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G as compare to a locked one:

  • The most important thing when your iPhone is unlocked is that you are no longer restricted to use the carrier to which your iPhone was activated.
  • The unlock is permanent so if you want to update your iOS or want to restore you will not have to worry that your device will be locked again.
  • Moreover the unlock solution does not affect your Apple warranty.
  • The IMEI unlock method works with all baseband versions including: 05.16.08, 4.12.02, 4.12.05, 3.4.01, 1.00.16 or 03.04.25
  • It works with all iOS versions and it will work even with the new iOS versions that will be released in future.
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Supported Carriers:

Afghanistan

MTN Afghanistan (MTN Group)
Roshan (AKFED, Cable & Wireless & TeliaSonera)
Afghan Wireless (Telephone System International)
Etisalat Afghanistan

Albania
AMC (T-mobile & Telenor)
Vodafone Albania (Vodafone)
Eagle Mobile (Albtelecom)
Mobile 4 Al (PTK-Vala)

Algeria

Mobilis (Algérie Télécom Mobile (ATM) subsidiary of Algérie Télécom (AT))
Djezzy (Orascom Télécom Algérie (OTA) subsidiary of Orascom Telecom Holding (OTH)
Nedjma (Wataniya Télécom Algérie (WTA) subsidiary of Qatar Telecom – (Qtel)

Andorra

Mobiland

Angola

Movicel
Unitel[disambiguation needed]

Anguilla

Digicel (Digicel Group)
Weblinks (…)

Antigua and Barbuda

APUA
bMobile (Cable & Wireless)
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Argentina

Personal (Telecom Argentina)
Claro (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefonica Argentina)

Armenia

Orange Armenia
Beeline (Vimpelcom)
VivaCell

Aruba (the Netherlands)

Setar
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Australia

Telstra Mobile (Telstra)
Optus Mobile (Singtel)
Vodafone Australia (Vodafone)
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)
Hello Mobile – via Vodafone
Savvytel – via Vodafone
Crazy John’s – via Vodafone
Lebara Mobile – via Vodafone
Virgin Mobile Australia – via Optus Mobile
Soul – via Optus Mobile
Primus – via Optus Mobile
PennySIM powered by PennyTel – via Optus Mobile

Austria

Mobilkom Austria (Telekom Austria and Vodafone)
T-Mobile Austria (Deutsche Telekom)
Orange Austria (France Telecom)
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)
yesss! (France Telecom) (via Orange)
bob[disambiguation needed] (Telekom Austria) (via Mobilkom Austria)
Red Bull Mobile (Telekom Austria) (via Mobilkom Austria)
Vectone (via Mobilkom Austria)

Azerbaijan

Azercell
Bakcell
Azerfon

Bahamas, Commenwealth

BaTelCo

Bahrain

Batelco
Zain Bahrain (Zain Group)
WiMAX operators
MenaTelecom
Zain Bahrain (Zain Group)

Bangladesh

Grameenphone (Telenor & Grameen Telecom)
TeleTalk (Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board)
Warid Telecom Bangladesh (Warid Telecom)
Aktel (Telekom Malaysia)
Banglalink (Orascom Telecom)
Citycell (Singtel, Pacific Group & Far East Telecom)

Barbados

AccessOne
Digicel (Digicel Group)
Last Mile Holdings
Sunbeach Communications
TeleBarbados (Leucadia National)
Wi-net

Belarus

Velcom (Telekom Austria)
MTS (Mobile TeleSystems)
Life
Diallog (Belcel)

Belgium

Proximus (Belgacom)
Mobistar (France Télécom)
BASE (KPN)
Simyo (KPN) (via Base)
ALLO telecom (via Base)
ZONIQ (via Base)
Ay Yildiz (via Base)
Dixitel (via Base)
NRJ Mobile (NRJ Radio) (via Base)
Ortel Mobile (via Base)
Mobistar SOS (France Télécom) (via Mobistar)
1Mobile (Carrefour & Effortel) (via Base)
Telenet Mobile (Liberty Global) (via Mobistar)
Euro Minutes
Mister Bing
Mobile World
XL Call
Lycamobile
Aldi Talk (Aldi) (via Base)

Belize

Belize Telecoms

Bermuda

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Benin

MTN (MTN Group)
MOOV Bénin
BBCOM (Bell Bénin Communication)
LIBERCOM
GLOBACOM

Bhutan

CTC[disambiguation needed] (Telefónica)
Tigo Bolivia (Millicom)
Entel (Telecom Italia)
Nuevatel PCS

Bonaire (the Netherlands)

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

BH Mobile (BH Telecom)
m-tel (Telekom Srbija)
Eronet (HT Mostar)

Botswana

… (Botswana Telecommunications Corporation)
Econet Wireless

Brazil

VIVO (Portugal Telecom and Telefónica)
Claro (América Móvil)
TIM (Telecom Italia)
Oi Amazônia Celular (Telemar Norte Leste)
Brasil Telecom GSM (Brasil Telecom)
CTBC
Sercomtel Celular
Nextel

Brunei

B-Mobile Communications Sdn Bhd (B-Mobile)
DST Communications (DST-COM)

Bulgaria

Mobiltel (Telekom Austria)
GloBul (OTE & Deutsche Telekom)
Vivatel (Bulgarian Telecommunications Company)

Burkina Faso

Celtel (Zain Group)

Burundi

Econet Wireless
U-Com
Onamob
Safari
Hits Telecom

Cambodia

Mobitel (Millicom S.A.)
TMIC (Telekom Malaysia)
Camshin (Shin Satellite, Thailand)
Honey Patel
Sotelco (Beeline)

Cameroon

Camtel – MTN Cameroon – Orange Cameroon (owned by France Telecom)

Canada

Rogers Wireless (Rogers Communications)
Fido Solutions (Rogers Communications)
Bell Mobility (Bell Canada)
Telus Mobility (Telus)
SaskTel Mobility (SaskTel)
MTS Mobility (MTS)
ICE Wireless
Télébec Mobilité
DMTS Mobility
WIND Mobile
Public mobile(coming soon)
Virgin Mobile
Solo Mobile
Petro-Canada Mobility
PC Mobile
7-Eleven Wireless
DCI Telecom
SearsConnect
Videotron

Cape Verde

CVMóvel

Cayman Islands (UK)

Digicel (Digicel Group)
Cable and Wireless

Central African Republic

Caratel (Socatel)

Chad

Celtel (Zain Group)
Tigo Chad (Millicom)

Chile

Claro (América Móvil)
Entel PCS (Entel)
Movistar (Telefónica)
VTR Móvil
Nextel

China

TD-SCDMA/GSM
China Mobile
WCDMA/GSM
China Unicom
China Telecom

Colombia

Tigo Colombia (Millicom, ETB, EPM)
Comcel Colombia (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefónica)
Avantel

Comoros

Celtel (Zain Group)
Congo Chine Télécoms
Tigo Democratic Republic of Congo (MIllicom)
MTN Democratic Republic of Congo (MTN Group)
Supercell
Vodacom (Vodafone)

Republic of Congo

Celtel (Zain Group)
Warid Republic of Congo (Warid Telecom)

Croatia

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
VIPnet (Telekom Austria)
Tele2

Curaçao (the Netherlands)

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Czech Republic

O2 Czech Republic (Telefónica)
T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
VOLNÝ (Telekom Austria)
Vodafone Czech Republic (Vodafone)
U:fon (MobilKom)

Cuba

CUBACEL

Cyprus, Republic of

CYTA-VODAFONE
MTN(AREEBA)

Cyprus, Northern Cyprus

Kuzey Kibris Turkcell (Turkcell)
KKTC Telsim (Vodafone)

Denmark

Telia (TeliaSonera)
TDC
Telenor (Previously Sonofon, name changed June 15, 2009)
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)

Djibouti

Dominica
Fixed line operators
Mobile operators
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Dominican Republic

Claro Codetel (América Móvil)
Orange (France Télécom)
Tricom
Centennial Dominicana (Centennial Communications)

East Timor

Timor Telecom

Ecuador

Alegro PCS (Andinatel)
Movistar Ecuador – part of Telefonica Moviles from Spain
Porta (América Móvil)

Egypt

Vodafone Egypt (Vodafone and Telecom Egypt)
Mobinil (France Telecom and Orascom Telecom)
Etisalat Egypt (Etisalat)

El Salvador

Tigo El Salvador (Millicom)
Claro (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefonica)
Digicel (Digicel Group)
Red (Infonet)

Estonia

EMT
Tele2
Elisa

Ethiopia

… (Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation)

Faroe Islands (Denmark)

Vodafone Faroe Islands
Faroese Telecom

Fiji

Digicel Fiji (Digicel)
Vodafone Fiji (Vodafone)
INKK Mobile (Boost Mobile)

Finland

Elisa (Elisa and Vodafone)
TeliaSonera
DNA
Saunalahti (Elisa)
Tele Finland (TeliaSonera)
Cubio
Globetel
Kolumbus

France

Bouygues Télécom
SFR (Vivendi and Vodafone)
Orange (France Telecom)
Darty
Breizh mobile
M6 mobile
Universal Music Mobile
TF1 mobile
Neuf mobile
Télé2 mobile (Tele2)
NRJ mobile
Débitel
Virgin mobile
A Mobile (Auchan Telecom)
Carrefour mobile (Carrefour)
Prixtel
Zero Forfait
Simyo

French Guyana (France)

Digicel (Digicel Group)
Gabon

Gabon Telecom (Maroc Telecom)
Celtel (Zain Group)

Gambia

Africell (Lintel Holding)

Georgia

MagtiCom
Geocell
Mobitel (Beeline Group) [4]

Germany

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
Vodafone Germany (Vodafone)
E-Plus (KPN)
O2 Germany (Telefónica)

Simyo (KPN) (via E-Plus)
BASE (KPN) (via E-Plus)
Ay Y?ld?z (via E-Plus)
Blau.de (KPN) (via E-Plus)
Ortel Mobile (KPN) (via E-Plus)
Callmobile (Talkline (via T-Mobile)
Che Mobile (Scoot Mobile) (via E-Plus)
Congstar (Deutsche Telekom) (via T-Mobile)
Debitel-light (Debitel)
Fonic (Telefonica & Lidl) (via O2 Germany)
Klarmobil.de (Freenet) (via T-Mobile)
Simply (Drillisch Telecom) (via T-Mobile)
Aldi Talk (Aldi) (via E-Plus)
Bild Mobile (via Vodafone)

Ghana

Westel (Zain Group)
OneTouch
MTN Ghana (MTN Group)
tiGO (Millicom International Cellular Group)

Gibraltar (UK)

Gibtelecom
CTS Europe

Greece

Cosmote (OTE)
Wind Hellas (Orascom Telecom)
Vodafone Greece (Vodafone)
Grenada

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Guadeloupe (France)

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Guam (US)

IConnect
MPULSE

Guatemala

Tigo Guatemala (Millicom)
Claro (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefónica)
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Guernsey

Airtel
Sure (part of Cable & Wireless)
Wave telecom

Guinea

Areeba Celcome Orange Intercell Sotelgui
Guyana

Digicel (Digicel Group)
Guyana Telephone & Telegraph (GTT)

Haiti

Digicel (Digicel Group)
Comcel Haiti (América Móvil)

Honduras

Tigo Honduras (Millicom)
Claro (América Móvil)
Honducel (Hondutel)
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Hong Kong (People’s Republic of China)

China Mobile Hong Kong (formerly known as People)
CSL New World Mobility Group (with 1010, One2Free and New World Mobility brand names)
3 HK (Hutchison 3G)
SmarTone-Vodafone
PCCW Mobile

Hungary

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
Telenor
Vodafone

Iceland

Síminn
Vodafone Iceland (Teymi)
Nova Iceland
Valdi Og Freyr

India

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) – Dolphin (GSM) and Garuda (CDMA)
Airtel
Vodafone Essar
Reliance
Tata Indicom
Aircel
Idea
Loop Mobile –
Ping Mobile – CDMA Mobile service from HFCL, operates only in Punjab
Virgin Mobile India (MVNO) –
MTS India – (previously Shyam Telelink) offers CDMA service under Sistema-Shyam joint venture.
Tata DoCoMo – GSM services from Tata Teleservices Ltd. with partnership with Japan’s NTT DoCoMo.
Uninor – Telenor and Unitech Group’s Joint Venture.
S Tel – Batelco has stakes in it.
T24 or Talk24 – a Future Group -Tata DoCoMo joint venture. MVNO
Videocon Mobile Service – a joint venture between Videocon and HFCL
Cheers Mobile Service – Etisalat DB Private Ltd.

Indonesia

Telkomsel (Telkom Indonesia)
Indosat
XL
Mobile8
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)
Axis
Pasifik Satelit Nusantara
Sampoerna Telekomunikasi Indonesia
Lippo Telecom
Smart Telecom
Primasel

Iran

Hamrah Aval
Taliya
MTN Irancell
MTCE
Kish Free Zone

Iraq

Zain Iraq (Zain Group)
AsiaCell (Qtel)
Korek Telecom
SanaTel
Moutiny

Ireland

3 (Hutchison Whampoa)
Meteor (eircom Group)
O2 Ireland (Telefónica)
Vodafone Ireland (Vodafone)
Tesco Mobile Ireland (Tesco)
eircom Mobile (eircom Group)
Postfone (An Post)

Israel

Cellcom
Mirs Communications Ltd. (Motorola)
Orange (Partner)
Pelephone (Bezeq)

Italy

TIM (Telecom Italia)
Vodafone Italy (Vodafone)
Wind (Orascom Telecom)
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)

Ivory Coast

MTN
Orange
Moov
Koz
Warid

Jamaica

Claro (América Móvil)
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Japan

NTT DoCoMo (NTT)
au by KDDI
SoftBank Mobile
WILLCOM

Jordan

Zain Jordan (Zain)
Orange Jordan (Jordan Telecom Group & France Telecom)
XPress Telecom (NASCO[disambiguation needed] & Qtel)
Umniah (Batelco)

Jersey

Airtel

Kazakhstan

K-Mobile/Excess (Beeline)
K-Cell/Active (KazakhTelecom/Fintur)
Neo-Kazakhstan (Tele2)
Dalacom (Kazakhtelecom)

Kenya

Safaricom (Telkom Kenya and Vodafone)
Celtel (Zain Group)
Orange (Telkom Kenya and France Télécom)
yu (Essar)

South Korea

SK Telecom (SK Group)
KT (Korea Telecom)
LG U (LG Group)

WiMAX operators
KT (Korea Telecom)
SK Telecom (SK Group)

Kosovo

Vala GSM (Post and Telecom of Kosovo)
IPKO
[D3] MVNO IPKO network
[Z-Mobile)MVNO Vala network

Kuwait

Zain Kuwait (Zain Group)
Wataniya Telecom (Qtel)
VIVA – Kuwait Telecom Company (STC[disambiguation needed])

Latvia

LMT
Tele2
Bite (TDC)
Triatel (Telekom Baltija)

Lebanon

Mtc touch (Management contract to Zain)
Alfa (Management contract to Orascom Telecom)

Lesothos

Vodacom (Telkom and Vodafone)
Econet Wireless

Libya

Almadar (almadar)

Liechtenstein

Mobilkom Liechtenstein (Telekom Austria)
Orange (France Telecom)
Swisscom-Mobile (Swisscom)
Tango (Belgacom)

Luxemburg

LuxGSM (P&TLuxembourg)
Tango (Belgacom)
VOXMobile (France Télécom)

Macedonia

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
One Mobile (Telekom Slovenia)
VIP Operator (Telekom Austria)

Madagascar

Telma
Madacom (Zain Group)

Macau (People’s Republic of China)

3 (Hutchison Whampoa)

Malawi

Celtel (Zain Group)

Malaysia

Celcom (Formerly Telekom Malaysia now Axiata)
Maxis
DiGi (Telenor)
U Mobile (3G only within Klang Valley,Domestic Roaming by Celcom)
TuneTalk [7] – via Celcom(2G)
XOX Mobile [8] – via Celcom
Merchantrade – via Celcom(2G)
Redtone Mobile [9]- via Celcom(2G)
WiMAX operators
P1
Y-Max Networks Sdn Bhd
AMEX

Republic of Maldives

Dhiraagu (Cable & Wireless)
Wataniya Telecom Maldives (Qtel)
Raajjé Online (Focus Infocom)

Mali

Malitel (Sotelma)
Orange Mali (France Télécom)

Malta

GO mobile (Dubai Holding)
Vodafone Malta (Vodafone)
Bay Mobile (MVNO)
Redtouch Fone (MVNO)
Melita Mobile (3G/UMTS)

Martinique (France)

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Mexico

Telcel (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefonica)
Iusacell
Unefón
Nextel

Moldova

Unité
Eventis
Orange
Moldcell

Mongolia

Unitel
Mobicom
Skytel
GMobile

Montenegro

m:tel
t-mobile
telenor

Morocco

Maroc Telecom
Méditel (Finance com and Telefónica)
Wana (ONA & Zain)

Mozambique

MCel (Government)
Vodacom (Telkom and Vodafone)

Netherlands

KPN Mobile (KPN) (900/1800)
Vodafone Netherlands (Vodafone) (900)
T-Mobile Netherlands (Deutsche Telekom) (1800)
Simyo (KPN) (via KPN)
Ortel Mobile (KPN) (via KPN)
Tele2
Aldi Talk (Aldi) (via KPN)
Teleena (MVNE meaning MVNO enabler)

New Zealand

Vodafone
2 degrees(Econet Wireless, NZ Communications)
Telecom Mobile (Telecom New Zealand)
Telecom Mobile (Telecom New Zealand)
TelstraClear Mobile
MVNO
TelestraClear
M2
Compass
Black & White
CallPlus
Slingshot
Digital Island

Nicaragua

Claro (América Móvil)

Niger

Celtel (Zain Group)

Nigeria

Mtel (Transcorp)
Vmobile (Zain Group)
Globacom
MTN Nigeria (MTN Group)
Etiselat
Multilinks
My Country Mobile

Northern Mariana Islands (US)

Telenor Mobil (Telenor)
NetCom GSM (TeliaSonera)
Chess (TeliaSonera)
Network Norway (Network Norway)

Oman

Oman Mobile (Omantel)
Nawras (Qtel & TDC)

Pakistan

Mobilink (Orascom Telecom)
Ufone (Etisalat)
Warid Telecom
ZONG (China Mobile)
Telenor Pakistan (Telenor)
Instaphone (Pakcom)
Wireless Local Loop Operators
Vfone (Etisalat)
Wateen (Abu Dhabi Group)
WorldCall
Callmate Telips Telecom
Go CDMA (TeleCard)
Mobilink Infinity (Orascom)
SuperFone

Palestinian Territories

Jawwal
Wataniya-Palestine (Qtel)

Panama

B-Mobile PNG (Telikom PNG)
Digicel (Digicel Group)

Paraguay

Tigo Paraguay (Millicom)
Personal (Telecom Italia)
Claro (América Móvil)

Peru

Movistar (Telefónica)
Claro (América Móvil)
Nextel (Sprint Nextel Corporation)

Philippines

Globe Handyphone (Ayala Corporation)
Smart Communications (PLDT)
Sun Cellular (Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc.)
Extelcom (Express Telecommunications, Inc.)
Virtual Network Mobile Operators
Touch Mobile (Ayala Corporation)
Talk N’ Text (Piltel)
Red Mobile (CURE)

Poland

Era (Deutsche Telekom)
Orange Polska (France Telecom)
Plus GSM (Polkomtel)
Play Mobile (P4)
mBank Mobile (Polkomtel network)
myAvon (PTK Centertel network)
WPmobi (PTK Centertel network)
Mobilking (PTC network)
Carrefour Mova (Carrefour & Effortel) (via Polkomtel network)
Cyfrowy Polsat (PTC network)
Playmobil

Portugal

TMN (Portugal Telecom)
Vodafone Portugal (Vodafone)
Optimus (Sonae and France Telecom)

Puerto Rico (US)

Claro (América Móvil)
AT&T Mobility (AT&T)
Centennial Puerto Rico (Centennial Communications)
SunCom Wireless (Deutsche Telekom)
Sprint PCS (Sprint Nextel Corp.) (Roaming: Centennial and OpenMobile)
TracFone Wireless (América Móvil)
Open Mobile
Virgin Mobile (via Sprint Network)

Romania

Orange (France Telecom)
Vodafone Romania (Vodafone)
Cosmote Romania (OTE & Deutsche Telekom)
Digi.Mobil (RCS&RDS)
Zapp

Russia

Beeline Russia (VimpelCom)
MegaFon (Telecom-invest, TeliaSonera & Alfa Group)
MTS (Mobile TeleSystems)
New Telephone Company
Nizhni Novgorod Telecom
Sibirtelecom (Svyazinvest)
Uralsvyazinform (Svyazinvest)
SkyLink
SMARTS
Sotovaja Svjaz MOTIV (Jekatrinburg)
Tele2 Russia (Tele2)

Rwanda

MTN Rwandacell
Tigo Rwanda
Rwandatel

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Saint Lucia

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Telecom Company (Etisalat)
Mobily
Zain Saudi Arabia (Zain)

Senegal

Expresso – Senegal (CDMA)
Orange (GSM)
Tigo (GSM)

Serbia

MTS Telekom Serbia (Telekom Srbija)
Telenor Serbia (Telenor)
Vip mobile (Telekom Austria)

Sierra Leone

Celtel (Zain Group)
Africell (Lintel Holding)
Tigo Sierra Leone (Millicom)
Comium
Datatel GSM

Singapore

SingTel
M1 (Now AXIATA owned by Keppel Telecom, SPH Multimedia & Telekom Malaysia)
StarHub (Temasek Holdings, Qtel, NTT & MediaCorp)

Slovakia

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
Orange (France Telecom)
O2 Slovakia (Telefónica)

Slovenia

Mobitel (Telekom Slovenije)
Si.mobil (Telekom Austria & Vodafone)
T-2

South Africa

MTN (MTN Group)
Vodacom (Vodafone)
Cell C (Saudi Oger)
Telkom mobi (Telkom)
Virgin Mobile
Other ECNS Licensed Operators
Sundial Telecom
Ohren Telecom, aka O-Tel

Spain

Movistar (Telefónica)
Vodafone España (Vodafone)
Orange España (France Telecom)
Yoigo (TeliaSonera)
Simyo (KPN)
Carrefour Móvil (Carrefour)
Happy Móvil
Euskaltel
Lebara Móvil
R Cable
Bristish Telecom
Telecable
Eroski Movil
PepePhone
Hits[disambiguation needed]
Blau[disambiguation needed]
Jazztel Movil
Sweno
MasMovil
Digi.Mobil (RCS&RDS)

Sri Lanka

Dialog Telekom (an Axiata company]])
Mobitel (Sri Lanka Telecom)
Hutch (Hutchison Whampoa)
Etisalat (Etisalat)
Airtel (Bharti Airtel)

Sudan

Sudatel
MTN Sudan (MTN Group)
Canar[disambiguation needed] (Etisalat)
Zain Sudan (Zain Group)

Suriname

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Sweden

Tele2
Telenor Sweden (Telenor)
Telia (TeliaSonera)
3 (Hutchison Whampoa)
Nordisk Mobiltelefon
Ventelo (Tele2)
TDC (Tele2)

Syria

MTN Syria (MTN Group)
SyriaTel

Switzerland

Swisscom
Sunrise (TDC)
Orange (France Télécom)
in&phone
Tele2
abamobile (via Orange)
cablecom mobile (Liberty Global Europe) (via Sunrise)
CoopMobile (Coop) (via Orange)
Lebara Mobile (via Sunrise)
M-Budget Mobile (Migros) (via Swisscom)
mobilezone net (via Orange)
Netstream Mobile (via Orange)
Salut!-mobile (Aldi) (via Sunrise)
TalkTalkMobile (The Phone House) (via Sunrise)
Vectone (via Sunrise)
yallo (Sunrise) (Sunrise)

Tanzania

Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited
Celtel Tanzania (Zain Group)
Tigo Tanzania (Millicom)
Vodacom Tanzania (Vodacom)

Taiwan

Chunghwa Telecom
Taiwan Mobile
FarEasTone
APBT
Vibo
Taiwan Telecom

Tajikistan

Tacom (Beeline)
TT Mobile (Megafon)

Thailand

AIS (Shin Corporation & SingTel)
True Move (Charoen Pokphand)
DTAC (Telenor)
Hutch (Hutchison Whampoa)
Cat CDMA (Cat Telecom)
Thai Mobile (TOT)

Trinidad and Tobago

Digicel (Digicel Group)
bMobile (TSTT & LIME (Cable & Wireless))

Tunisia

Tunisiana (Orascom Telecom and Qtel)
Tunisie Telecom (TUNTEL)
Orange

Turkey

Turkcell
Vodafone Turkey (Vodafone)
Avea (Saudi Oger & Telecom Italia)

Turkmenistan

… (Mobile TeleSystems)

Turks and Caicos Islands (UK)

Digicel (Digicel Group)

Uganda

Celtel (Zain Group)
MTN (MTN Group)
Uganda Telecom (Mango service brand)
Warid Uganda (Warid Telecom)
Orange Uganda (in March 2009 Orange acquired UAE based Hits Telecom)

Ukraine

Kyivstar (Telenor and Alfa Group)
MTS Ukraine (Mobile TeleSystems)
life:) Ukraine (Turkcell)
Utel (Ukrtelecom)
Beeline Ukraine (VimpelCom)
Golden Telecom
PEOPLEnet

United Arab Emirates

Etisalat
Du

United Kingdom

3 UK (Hutchison Whampoa)
O2 UK (Telefónica)
Orange UK (France Télécom)
T-Mobile UK (Deutsche Telekom)
Vodafone UK (Vodafone)
ASDA Mobile
BT Mobile
Dot Mobile
Family Mobile
Fresh Mobile
Globalcell Mobile
Green Mobile
Mobile World
TalkTalk Mobile
Tesco Mobile
Virgin Mobile
Genesis Communications
Lycamobile
Blyk
Lebara Mobile
giffgaff

United States

AT&T Mobility (AT&T)
Verizon Wireless
T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)
Cincinnati Bell Wireless
TracFone Wireless (América Móvil)
Dobson Cellular
Edge Wireless
Centennial Wireless (Centennial Communications)
Alltel
Unicel
SunCom Wireless

Sprint Nextel
Alltel
Midwest Wireless
U.S. Cellular (Telephone and Data Systems)
MetroPCS
Cricket Communications (Leap Wireless)
nTelos
Appalachian Wireless
Bluegrass Cellular
Cellular South

Uruguay

Ancel (Antel)
Claro (América Móvil)
Movistar (Telefónica)

Uzbekistan

MTS

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