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Getting Ready for iPhone® 4 and iPhone 4S - New Verizon Wireless Customers

If you are purchasing iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S and are new to Verizon Wireless, please read the important info below.

Transfer Your Existing Contacts

Check with your existing wireless provider for contact backup options on your current device.

I have contacts on my Mac® or PC

If you already keep your contacts on your Mac or PC, you can use iTunes® to sync them to your new iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S. iTunes syncs contacts with applications such as Mac OS® X Address Book, Yahoo!® Address Book, and Google Contacts on a Mac, or with Yahoo! Address Book, Google Contacts, Windows® Address Book (Outlook® Express), Windows Contacts (Vista® and Windows 7), or Microsoft® Outlook 2003, 2007 or 2010 on a PC.

I am a MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange user

iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S can also sync your contacts over the air using  MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange.

I am an iCloud® user

iPhone 4 8GB and iPhone 4S can restore data from an iCloud backup.

If your current device cannot sync contacts with any of these options, you may need to re-enter your contacts on your new iPhone 4 manually.

Important Information About Your Voice Mail

iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S require that you set up a new voice mailbox. This new mailbox, though connected to your account, will not transfer messages or greetings from your existing mailbox. Please ensure that you review and note any important information in your current voice mailbox.

Note: Once iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S is activated, you will no longer have access to your existing voice mailbox. All existing messages will be erased and cannot be recovered.

iPhone 4 16GB or 32GB Users: Install iTunes and Set Up an Account

When iPhone 4 16GB or 32GB arrives, you will need to activate it on your computer using iTunes. To download iTunes, go to the Download iTunes Now page. After downloading, ensure you have an Apple® account. If you do not have an Apple account, follow the on-screen instructions to create one.

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