Samsung highlights new regional SIM lock feature for its smartphones

Samsung highlights new regional SIM lock feature for its smartphones
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I bought my Samsung S3 and Note 8 from an authorized dealer in Asia. I live in Asia now but travel to Australia, the US, and other parts of the world for business reasons. With each place I go, I plan to use the local sim cards so I can make local calls. If Samsung is going to disable my phone (lock it) when I paid full price for unlocked devices which I was told I could use anywhere in the world, I will consider this sabotage and a form of corporate vandalism against me and other loyal Samsung customers. Samsung do not bring "bait and switch" to a new level of immoral business practice. If do, I will be one of the first people to start or sign some form of international petition to bring this complaint to whatever world court that will listen. Samsung, I have been saying such great things about your products to my adult students and others. I really love my Galaxy S3 and Note 8.0. However, if you do this update to lock my phone, I will consider your act no different from taking my property from my hand and smashing it on the floor. Destroy my phone in the way you describe here, and you will lose me and everyone I know or will know as a customer forever.

Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 11/07/2013 - 13:27

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