By unlocking M-Kopa for Samsung A12, Nokia X10, or any other phone model, you get total freedom of making the most use of your smartphone without worrying about recurring payments or being locked out when you need to make that emergency call.
This is not a hack, but rather, an informative method to allow you to bypass the M-Kopa lock. By following a few steps as indicated below, you will be ready to maximize the benefits associated with any unlocked phone.
Whether you want to unlock MKopa for Samsung Galaxy A10, A3 Core, A03, A12, A13, A22, A23, A32, A53, Nokia X10, C20, C30, etc phone models, this tutorial will help you regain your freedom once you learn the trick that permanently unlocks recurring payments on your device.
Why Unlock M-Kopa Phone?
M-Kopa is an asset financing platform that allows its customers access to a wide range of products on a pay-as-you-go model. Products offered by M-Kopa including phones are locked meaning that the customer first pays the agreed amount in order for the device to be activated for use as per contract terms, in addition to the initial mkopa deposit. The company operates in Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, and Ghana.
Benefits of M-Kopa devices
- Payless to get a device of choice
- Longtime payment plans
- High quality and durable devices
- Affordable daily, weekly and monthly payments
- Secured devices with
Where to get M-Kopa phones
Once you make up your mind and decide on M-Kopa phones, you can find them at participating stores including telecom companies like MTN, Airtel, etc, or from the M-Kopa shops and centers countrywide.
How to Unlock M-Kopa phone without paying
You have 2 options to unlock the M-Kopa phone and stay without paying forever.
You either pay for the device in full at once to have the lock removed, or continue paying in installments as per contract terms.
This way will help avoid any additional payments and the lock will be removed once and forever
Are there other ways to remove the M-Kopa lock to avoid payments?
I have heard many write about Mkopa unlock codes. But I haven’t personally tried those codes out. Additionally, I don’t know if such codes are legitimate, and or don’t void the contract between Mkopa and the customer.
Similarly, a friend sent me an email about how to remove the Mkopa lock from the Samsung a12 by flashing? In my response to him, I told him that the better way would to be pay for the device in full in order to get rid of the Mkopa payment lock.
I know there exist lots of ways in which certain things are done for example bypassing Google FRP, removing the M-Kopa lock, resetting OPPO Pattern, etc, but most of these are done at your own risk since in many cases they tend to void phone warranty. This means that if you decide to go for that, you do it at your own risk.