1317 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 22, 2010 11:14 PM by Allan Sampson
If this iPhone was purchased new in the U.S., a new SIM card was included and pre-installed in the iPhone. Use that SIM card to activate the iPhone with iTunes. You can't use the no longer activated SIM card from the IPhone that fell into the drink. If your Blackberry includes a micro-SIM card, you should be able to use that SIM card to activate the new iPhone.
Other than the above or if any of the above and no change, take the iPhone to an AT&T corporate store to have it activated.
You did Apple's out of warranty or not covered under the warranty repair, which pays for an exchange.
Since you activated a Blackberry, you can't use the no longer activated SIM card from the iPhone that was exchanged and unless the Blackberry includes a micro-SIM card, you can't use that SIM card either - not unless you cut it down manually, so stop by an AT&T corporate store tomorrow to get a new micro-SIM card for the iPhone where you can have the iPhone activated as well.