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This guide is for new Verizon Wireless customers who purchased iPhone 5. If you’re an existing Verizon Wireless customer, refer to the Activating and Setting Up iPhone 5 Guide for Existing Customers.To activate and set up iPhone you will need to:
All other new customers:
Check with your existing wireless provider for contact backup options on your current device.
If you already keep your contacts on your Mac® or PC, you can use iTunes to sync them to your new iPhone 5
Note: 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.
Business Customers: You may need to contact your IT administrator for additional information on backing up contacts.
Contract Term Acceptance
Any new customer who does not either accept the minimum term or return the device within 14 days of the shipment date, will be charged the difference between the full retail price of iPhone and the price paid (see Customer Receipt). May not be applicable to business and government customers.
Due to the software in iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 8GB, they may not be used with any carrier other than Verizon Wireless, even after your contract term is completed.
Verizon Wireless offers global roaming to more than 200 countries on iPhone. To activate global service or to get the latest coverage, voice and data rates, dial *611 from your mobile phone or (800) 922-0204 from a landline to speak to a Customer Service Representative. For additional details, visit verizonwireless.com/global.
Apple, iPhone, iTunes and iCloud are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
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Gmail and the Gmail logo are trademarks of Google, Inc
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