Orange removes blockage of phones it sells even if you buy them for competition
After Movistar, it is now Orange that "passes" the SIM blocking of the free terminals in its catalog. And it does it in a way that it becomes a free terminal store as is.
Starting this April, the Orange catalog will include completely free terminals aimed at the entire market, reaching 100% of its products for this summer. This means that to buy them, you don't have to be an Orange customer or start to be one. The trick is that if you are a client or are willing to change companies, there will be more advantageous conditions to acquire these smartphones free, in addition to being able to pay in installments and without interest.
The customization that operators usually make will come after introducing the SIM in the free terminal, then installing their own applications and services.