FCC wants to make carriers unlock phones within 60 days of activation

If you travel overseas, you can request your carrier unlock your device
When I travel overseas I use a cheap "pay as you go" phone. You can "top up" your minutes in practically any shop or on the internet. I don't use the phone that much so it's only 20 Euro's or Pounds at a time for me. Plus even the cheap phones are capable of WiFi calling so you don't get charged for any minutes when connected that way.

My wife calls it my "burner phone." :biggrin
The easiest way to use a cellphone overseas is just buy an international calling plan from att or verizon...as long as there is 5g around it will work..
I get my iPhones directly from Apple, pretty sure they don't come locked nowadays.

The exception:

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