All Apple iPhone users connected says Carphone Warehouse
Globally the new Apple iPhone has passed the million sales mark within a week yet customers are still harassed by problems registering their new handsets. Many realised their new iPhone was not receiving any signal still four days after purchase, and many point the finger firmly in Apple’s direction.
We all know of the problems that doffed the Apple iPhone 3G launch, the shortages, the computer crash which saw many customers irate and extremely unhappy , and many had to have their registration details taken down manually.
However, according to Carphone Warehouse, four days on and all Apple iPhone 3G customers have now been successfully connected.
A Carphone Warehouse spokesperson states: “On what was the busiest day in the company’s history, 97 per cent of our customers were connected successfully. We’re disappointed this wasn’t 100 per cent but we subsequently resolved the issue and all iPhone customers have now been connected.”
The problems with the iPhone 3G was global are thought to be the result of the system being overloaded due to so many customers registering at the same time.
An O2 spokeswoman offered: as these are new problems “were not directly related” to the previous crash and the majority of iPhone’s that were affected were purchased through The Carphone warehouse.
Source — mobilenewscwp