Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by slugger09, Aug 11, 2010.
I can't make Paypal payments is there any where to get it unlocked that would take Google checkout?
I'm sure I can yee
Use moneybookers with HTCCode, got my code after a few minutes with them.
Our company is one of very few unlock code suppliers who accept direct payment securely. We also accept PayPal and Google Checkout.
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Had to post this really I should add they wanted me to pay
Please can you edit the email address out of your post above.
We really only use this for customers and do not want it collected by SPAM harvesters. Not very responsible really!
In response to your post, we have explained in great detail why you would need to upgrade the service.
If you find a cheaper alternatively, we'd be happy to match it every time.
Importantly, most other suppliers don't have the ability to sell codes from all 4 databases and so if you try elsewhere with an IMEI from the new DB, you'll simply get a refund and told 'Sorry, not found'.
Our testimonials from customers who use this service regularly read along the lines of 'Thanks... You succeeded where others failed'.
Furthermore, sadly the wholesale supply of codes from the 4th database is controlled by a single source and the price is currently being kept high.
If you want codes from the 4th database, at this moment in time, you have to pay a premium for them.
Our email to you was detailed and explanatory and your refund was processed promptly.
You only weren't told the correct price at the point of payment because you bought it from a website which is due to be upgraded soon.
I hope this explains the situation in more detail for you.
Yep, Refund was very prompt i'll give you that, but as you say pricing should of been better.
For the benefit of others...
If your handset was released after 25 May 2010, your code would almost certainly need to be sourced from the new database.
Can't really do anything about the pricing at the moment sorry.
The wholesale price for the newer codes is currently 15-20 USD more than the old codes. This simply has to be passed on to customers. We simply cannot soak up this kind of margin in a single pricing structure.
Thanks for removing the email address