As it moves to bring the UK in alignment with the new European Electronic Communications Code, Ofcom has finalised its ruling on the locking of phones by operators, banning the practice, and giving mobile companies until December 2021 to comply.

Among those companies affected are BT and its EE mobile division, Vodafone, Tesco Mobile; whereas O2, Sky, Three and Virgin already only sell unlocked handsets.



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