SIM unlocking (carrier or subsidy lock) is now illegal (if the code is not supplied by your carrier), and only for devices purchased after the law took effect.
The law has nothing to do with bootloader unlock.
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There is no S-Off for our device yet. This toolkit is for the AT&T One X, and will give you temp root>SuperCID>bootloader unlock>perm root (as well as install TWRP, and some other features as noted in the OP).
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