Samsung A7 Unlock Code | UK | O2 | EE | Vodafone | Tesco Mobile | Virgin | BT | Lebara
Samsung A7 Unlock Code | UK | O2 | EE | Vodafone | Tesco Mobile | Virgin | BT | Lebara

Samsung Galaxy A7 unlock code


Don’t stay locked to a single network. With our great value Samsung A7 unlock code you won’t have to. All UK mobile networks are supported and can be unlocked.

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Start enjoying your favourite mobile network with our low cost Samsung A7 unlock code

Now there’s no reason for your Samsung Galaxy A7 to stay trapped on a single network. With our great value Samsung A7 unlock code you’ll be free to use any mobile network you please. Gone are the days of being stuck on EE, O2, Vodafone or any other network. Once you enter this 8 digit network unlock code you’ll be able to use any SIM card you like.

Technically termed the ‘SIM network unlock PIN‘ the Samsung A7 unlock code is also referred to as an NUC, NP code, NCK or master unlock code. We can provide codes for all UK networks. These include: EE, Vodafone, O2, Tesco Mobile, Lebara, Virgin Media, BT Mobile and more. Codes can be delivered in only a few hours direct to your inbox.

UK waiting times for unlocking your Samsung Galaxy A7

Please note, these are guideline waiting times only. Sometimes your order could take longer. Generally it doesn't happen but be aware that it could. Times exclude weekends.

Network unlock code Waiting time
Superfast (all networks) 3-24 hours
PUK Bypass code 3-24 hours
EE 1-2 days
O2 1-5 days
Vodafone 1-5 days
Tesco Mobile 1-5 days
BT Mobile 1-2 days
Sky Mobile 1-5 days
Virgin Mobile 1-2 days
Orange 1-2 days
T-Mobile 1-2 days
ID Mobile 1-2 days
Lycamobile 1-5 days
Three 1-2 days
Asda Mobile 1-2 days
Talk-Talk 1-5 days
Any other network 1-2 days

How does Netpal unlock your Samsung A7 by code?

Over the years we’ve simplified the unlocking process to ensure as little effort as possible is required. As a result, there are only a couple of steps involved. To get started you’ll need to choose the UK network your handset is currently locked to.

Go ahead and make your purchase, adding your IMEI number and email address at the checkout. Within as little as a few hours (depending on network) we’ll send you your A7 unlock code along with Samsung 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.

Unlike many other unlocking companies we do not charge any hidden fees. The price you see on the page is the final price of the unlock service. We will not be asking you for more money to finish the unlock procedure or tell you what you paid was a pre-unlock fee.

Sometimes a customer will email us and say the code doesn’t work. It’s important to understand that our unlock codes come from a manufacturers database. The code we provide to you will be the only network unlock code issued for your handsets IMEI number. If you’re having problems using the code we will provide you full support by email or telephone to ensure you get unlocked.

Once we have provided you with the phone unlock code and you have entered it successfully into the handset you will be able to insert any SIM card from global network. That means you can go to Spain or Africa and use a local SIM card from there.

Usually we provide a short period of time before we process new orders. This allows customers to contact us if they think they’ve made a mistake with their order. Once we’ve added your IMEI to the unlock server we cannot cancel your order. Incorrect purchases such as the wrong network will automatically fail and we will refund you in full.

Yes 100%! There is no law in the UK that stops you from network unlocking your mobile phone by use of a code. This may not be true in other countries, but since this service is only for phones locked to UK networks it is perfectly legal.