San Jose Mercury News – iPhone activation problems cause lots of headaches A spokesman for AT&T, however, said that the glitches had been minor and isolated, and that the company was working to fix them on an individual basis. "The vast majority of iPhone activations on iTunes are going through in a matter of minutes," said spokesman Ted Carr. "Many of the situations causing a delay are being resolved in a matter of hours. But we are not experiencing any significant.
So ATT says they’re being resolved in a matter of minutes/hours? I know several people that have purchased the phones from last night to this morning. Not one of them has an activated phone as of yet. So who’s phone is being activated? Right now, I have a very expensive paperweight called the iBrick, along with a $36 non-activation fee. There’s really no point in calling ATT, we know the canned response and there is simply nothing you can do….