OnePlus 8 Unlock Code | 8 Pro | UK | EE | O2 | Vodafone | Tesco Mobile | Virgin | BT | Carphone Warehouse
OnePlus 8 Unlock Code | 8 Pro | UK | EE | O2 | Vodafone | Tesco Mobile | Virgin | BT | Carphone Warehouse

OnePlus 8 network unlock code

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Now you can use any SIM card from any mobile network with our OnePlus 8 unlock code service. All UK networks are supported as well as both the 8 and 8 Pro.

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Start enjoying the SIM card you want with our great value OnePlus 8 unlock code

Brand new for 2020 both the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are exceptional smartphones packed with the latest technology. Buying one outright though can be very expensive. Consequently, many people opt for a great deal via contract with EE, O2 or Vodafone. If you’re one of these but want to use your old SIM card you’re going to need a OnePlus 8 unlock code.

We can unlock both the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro by code. Networks that can be unlocked include O2, Vodafone, EE, Tesco Mobile, BT, Virgin Mobile, Carphone Warehouse, Lebara and many more. Other names for this service are NCK, NUC, NP code, 16 digit PIN or SIM network unlock PIN. Whatever you call it the end result is total network freedom.

Waiting times for OnePlus 8 UK unlock codes

Please note, these are guideline waiting times only. In a very small number of instances your order could take longer. Generally it doesn't happen but be aware that it could. Times exclude weekends.

Network unlock code Waiting time
EE 1-10 days
O2 1-5 days
Vodafone 1-5 days
Tesco Mobile 1-5 days
BT Mobile 1-10 days
Virgin Mobile 1-10 days
Orange 1-10 days
T-Mobile 1-10 days
ID Mobile 1-2 days
Lycamobile 1-5 days
Three 1-2 days
Asda Mobile 1-10 days
Talk-Talk 1-5 days

How do we unlock your OnePlus 8 by code?

Put simply, your unlock code is generated from a global database. There is a different database for each network which we have to pay for access to. You OnePlus 8 (Pro) unlock code is the exact same 16 digit code you will get from the mobile networks.

To get started you will need to provide us with your IMEI number and the network you are currently locked to. We use these details to apply for the code. Once the request is complete you will be sent the code via email along with a set of instructions should you need them.

Pre-sales frequently asked questions

It’s very simple to get your 15 digit IMEI number. The quickest way is to dial *#06# on your handset and the number will be displayed on the screen. You can also find it by navigating to Settings > About device > Status > IMEI number.

In short—no! We never charge you any more than you pay at the checkout. Most notably, some unlocking companies charge what they call a ‘pre-unlock’ fee. This is just a scam to get more money from you. We would recommend you read our genuine customer reviews to see that we’re the real deal.

Once your handset is unlocked you will be able to use any SIM card anywhere in the world. You phone will be the same as if you purchased it without it being locked. You can travel to Spain or Africa or anywhere else and use a SIM card from a local network provider.

This will depend on which network you are locked to. EE and related networks can take up to 10 days to arrive whilst Vodafone and O2 take no longer than 5 days. Check the waiting times in the table above for full details.

Unfortunately it is not possible to do this. We can however cancel your existing order and refund you if you let us know immediately. You will then be free to re-order the correct service. If your IMEI is at the processing stage we cannot refund you until it is complete. If you made an incorrect purchase your unlock request will fail and we will automatically refund you in full.

The short answer to this is no. We do not touch your handset in any way and entering the unlock code will not affect your warranty. All the major networks provide unlock codes to customers and it never affects the on-going warranty of the handset.