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If you bought a Samsung Blackjack, but AT&T's mobile
service collapsed, would you blame Samsung?
I think your vitriol is misplaced.
Uh. . . . . if Samsung DICTATED the sole procedure available to activate that phone, and that procedure failed for a significant number of "early adopters" such as myself who weren't lucky enough to be able to initiate the process Friday night - then YES, I'd blame both Samsung and AT&T, just as I currently blame both Apple and AT&T for this massive screw-up.
But thanks for reporting that you had no troubles - that makes it all seem worthwhile as I sit here in day TWO of waiting to be able to use ANY feature on my new $600 paperweight. . . . .
Is your comment (or the OP's comment) helpful?
My comment is helpful for two reasons. I talk about
my experience which is similar to the original
poster's so he might know better what to expect. And
also, I am sensitive to what the original poster is
So my post was good because it was potentially
helpful and definitely sensitive.
If you don't want to listen to "whiners", don't read
a forum whose purpose is to report and discuss iPhone
problems. This isn't the "iPhone is perfect" forum.
Your post offered no additional insight or support. You commiserated, that's all.
My experience was the exact opposite as OP's, and it is arguably more helpful than yours; it may offer a ray of HOPE.
AT&T may be giving you two fits, but the iPhone is a great product. Just wait and see.
Ad hominem attacks are the last resort of desperate men.
Cheer up, grumpy.
Gotta go now, gonna continue my perfect experience with my perfect iPhone. This thing is truly awesome...you're really missing out.
Hope you get activated soon. Maybe we can text each other some time. That would be a joy.
Good luck to you.
"colossal proportions" "MAJOR BLACK EYE" - ?
Are you kidding? Simply stating all of these superlatives does not make it so. Sure, it's a serious glitch and an embarrasment. If the WSJ is right, it only affected 2% - so you have a 98% success rate. TomFrBa: You have NO SUPPORT for your little revolution. It's a sideshow of a sideshow in a teapot... I'd hate to see your reaction to something of actual importance.
Sure, the waiting this weekend was an mess and highly inconvenient. But you CHOSE this. No one forced you to pursue this mess this weekend - you could have let it go until Tuesday.
Gravity: Now you're talking. If my iPhone worked I'd
be gloating out on the streets, not here on the
message boards. As soon as it works I'll be annoying
all my friends that don't have one, I'm sure.
Taunt someone with Windows Mobile for me, OK?
You know, we really did get off on the wrong foot.
In all seriousness, I hope you get things worked out. The iPhone is a blast to use. Soon, you'll forget this whole activation fiasco.