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General Discussion / Re: Boom (General Chat)
« on: November 07, 2016, 04:00:59 PM »
Snap a pic if can....
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General Discussion / Re: Boom (General Chat)
« on: August 15, 2016, 07:20:11 PM »
So guys just a heads up.

There might be a big chance devices here in the Netherlands are ALL unlocked or unlockable by a code (just like htc does). The phones here are stock GSM versions and never branded.... In the past vodafone and T mobile branded their devices but now i dont even see it anymore so i think government does not allow devices to be modified by carriers anymore. Also when you buy a device here in NL and you root it you still got your warranty. Also phones can be easily bought from normal electronic shops without contract for people who dont want a contract.


Samsung pay (and google pay i think) are not used here case most people dont have creditcard or paypal etc, we use IDeal and easy banking ways that use an SMS with 6 digits codes for payments by supported webshops and ordering food.. Also our way of samsung pay is (depending on your bank) using two apps from your bank one is just to manage your bank account just like everything else and the other is a app that has a NFC payment funtion for supermarkets or shops that also support NFC payments... The new banking cards are fitted with a NFC chip for fast and easy payments below a certain amount of money. No bank here actually supports those payment systems from google and samsung.


Basically where you guys at the carriers rule everything, here carriers are being put into the ground for doing such things and receive a lawsuit.


This means when the Note 7 is released here it might be unlockable, it also has the exynos chips. This is also for other devices that get locked in US. The carriers have no control here.
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