Price and Delivery from:€ 15.95 EUR2 d
Permanently unlock your Vodafone
Professional IMEI-based unlocking services
Price and Delivery from: € 15.95 EUR and 2 d
- Unlock codes available for all models.
- Do it yourself and avoid unnecessary paperwork.
- Our method is recommended by Vodafone.
- Unlock your phone in the fastest time possible
- Continue to use your Vodafone while being unlocked.
Check to see if your phone is blacklisted before you request an unlock.
Run an IMEI check on your phone
How to unlock my Vodafone with doctorSIM?
Fill in the request form
Choose payment method
Receive code by e-mail with instructions on how to unlock your phone
How to unlock an Vodafone
FAQ Vodafone unlocking
What do I need to unlock my Vodafone phone?
You need two things to unlock your Vodafone:
1. Your phone at hand and to be able to access the keypad and drop-down menus.
2. The IMEI of the phone. The IMEI is a 15-digit number which you can obtain by dialing *#06# on your phone's keypad.
Is the Vodafone unlocking permanent?
Yes, once you have unlocked your phone with doctorSIM you will never have to repeat the process. Feel free to restore your Vodafone to factory settings and update the smartphone's software as normal.
Can I use my Vodafone abroad?
Yes, once unlocked your cell phone will work on any compatible GSM network in the world. Extortionate roaming fees will be a thing of the past.
Can unlocking a Vodafone cell phone damage it?
No, doctorSIM unlocks phones via IMEI. This is the unlocking method recommended by Vodafone and the manufacturers themselves and does not damage the phone's software or hardware.
Will unlocking my Vodafone void the warranty?
No, your Vodafone's warranty will remain intact.
Why unlock my Vodafone at doctorSIM.com and not at a local phone store?
Our IMEI-based unlocking services are legal, permanent, maintain the phone's warranty, and aren't invalidated by future software updates.
What happens if a Vodafone is under contract?
You can still unlock your phone even if you have signed a fixed-term contract with your network provider. You will have to pay your monthly bills until the contract expires or pay an early cancellation fee, but at the same time, you'll be able to use your phone with other network providers. If you stop paying your monthly bills, your phone will almost certainly be blacklisted by the carrier.