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Best Buy in Canada starts selling all its iPhones unlocked ahead of Dec. 1 deadline
By Dan Pye | 10.02.17

With the Canadian government’s ban on locked cell phones going into place on December 1, Best Buy has already started selling all of its iPhones unlocked regardless of the carrier that a customer chooses to use, iPhone in Canada reports. Users are also reporting that Rogers and Telus locations are already unlocking iPhones for free, waiving the usual $50 fee. We reached out to Apple to ask whether on-contract iPhones sold in their Canadian stores are also now being sold unlocked, but haven’t yet received a response.

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