Samsung A8 Unlock Code | A8s | A8 Star | A8 Plus | UK | Tesco Mobile | O2 | EE | Vodafone | Virgin | BT
Samsung A8 Unlock Code | A8s | A8 Star | A8 Plus | UK | Tesco Mobile | O2 | EE | Vodafone | Virgin | BT

Samsung Galaxy A8 unlock code

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Start using the SIM card you really want with our Samsung A8 unlock code. Service supports the A8, A8s, A8 Star and A8 Plus models and all UK mobile networks.

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Now you can use the SIM card you really want with this Samsung A8 unlock code

Are you the owner of a Samsung Galaxy A8, A8s, A8 Star or A8 Plus? Is your handset locked to a single mobile network but you want to use a different SIM card? If so you’re going to need a Samsung A8 unlock code. When entered into your device at the screen prompt, this 8 digit numerical code will allow you to use any SIM card from any network.

Technically called the Samsung SIM network unlock PIN, UK networks sometimes refer to it as the NUC, NP code, NCK or master unlock code. Whatever you want to call it the end result is the same—total network freedom. Netpal can unlock your Samsung A8 from UK networks EE, O2, Tesco Mobile, Vodafone, Virgin, BT, Carphone Warehouse and more.

UK waiting times for unlocking your Samsung Galaxy A8

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 codeWaiting time
Superfast (all networks)3-24 hours
PUK Bypass code3-24 hours
EE1-2 days
O21-5 days
Vodafone1-5 days
Tesco Mobile1-5 days
BT Mobile1-2 days
Sky Mobile1-5 days
Virgin Mobile1-2 days
Orange1-2 days
T-Mobile1-2 days
ID Mobile1-2 days
Lycamobile1-5 days
Three1-2 days
Asda Mobile1-2 days
Talk-Talk1-5 days
Any other network1-2 days

Here’s what to expect when we unlock your Samsung A8 by code

We operate a staged approach to unlocking your Samsung device. First you must choose the current UK network that you are locked to. When you’re at the checkout you must give us your IMEI number and your email address.

We will email you regularly to keep you in the loop. Look out for the Stage 2 email that tell you the procedure is underway and we are calculating your unlock code. When we’re done we will again send it to you by email with Samsung unlocking instructions.

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.

It’s important to recognise that we have to pay for access to code databases around the world. The cost of access to each network is different. As a result the cost of unlocking your Samsung will be different depending on each network. We only make a few pounds for each customer we find and keep our prices as low as possible.

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.

Getting your unlock code doesn’t take long. In many instances your Samsung A8 SIM network unlock PIN will be emailed to you within a few hours. Waiting times are different depending on which network you want unlocked and which handset you are unlocking.

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.