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  Reply # 560435 21-Dec-2011 21:07
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One more sleep :D




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  Reply # 560625 22-Dec-2011 11:05
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So I'm sitting here with the iPhone on my desk, $1029 later...
Decided its for the best if I don't tell my father the actual cost. I'll say it was $200 since I'm on contract or some BS. He wont know. xD

So its just waiting for my number to move sims. I'll reboot it now and see if its finished but its been over an hour since they started it. Oh well. Its gorgeous and thats all that matters ;D

 




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  Reply # 560636 22-Dec-2011 11:33
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Hey Sam

Your first iPhone?

I feel like a dealer here, my 4S is great, I setup my old 4 for son in law, and a new 3GS for my 13yo daughter.
Oddly, the 7yo is getting a netbook that dualboots between Windows 7 and Android, but thats pretty cool too.



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  Reply # 560655 22-Dec-2011 11:56
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Yeh my first iPhone. The store apparently put through the transfer for my number from my old XT sim to the new Micro-Sim, but after 2 hours nothing happened. They said it should be no longer than 30mins, and in previous experience with Vodafone, issuing of a new sim was instant.

So I called the help desk and they said nothing was requested so they put the request through and said it would take nearly 4 hours >< so just sitting here patiently with "No Service in the corner. Wanna use my new toy! :(




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  Reply # 560656 22-Dec-2011 11:59
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Yeah, I texted you like 5 minutes ago and heard nothing. Also, iMessage wasn't working on your number.



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  Reply # 560665 22-Dec-2011 12:31
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I can now confirm that while setting up gmail as an exchange, I recieved a very loud notification. Looked up top, nothing, but I did notice that "Telecom NZ" was now in the status bar. Went to home screen, and a message was waiting. Mr Cody :D.

So now it works perfecto. Couldn't be happier.




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