Seeding program phones. Anyone tried to activate their droid on a private account yet?

by BradVoy » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:03:49 GMT


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 My phone just arrived today.  I haven't tried calling Verizon yet to
activate it.  But I found it confusing that the 2 page from Google
that came with the phone say "Please refer to the enclosed "Read Me
First" leaflet from Verizon Wireless for instructions to activate the
enclosed Droid."  There was no "Read Me First" leaflet from Verizon in
my package.




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Seeding program phones. Anyone tried to activate their droid on a private account yet?

by David Orriss Jr » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 13:08:04 GMT


 So far Neel at Google hasn't been able to tell me how to resolve this issue.

To say the least I'm annoyed.




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