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UK mobile phone operators like Vodafone (VOD.L) and Tesco Mobile (TSCO.L), can no longer sell customers devices that are locked to their network as of 17 December.

 

Ofcom, which had first announced the ban in October, said this should make it easier for consumers to move to a different network with their existing handset.

 

All phone companies will have to adhere to the new rule, including O2, Three and Sky Mobile.

 

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Half of customers who try to unlock their phone have difficulties doing so.

 

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