I was told that if the store got phones tomorrow they would be filling the reservations first. I suspect that we wont see our packages marked as shipped until this afternoon or tonight. Generally packages aren't picked up, especially large orders like this one, until the end of the day. Hopefully we'll see them shipped tonight and recieved by our location tomorrow. I live in Toronto (if that makes a difference) and I've never had a phone shipped to a store that took more than a day and a phone shipped to my home that took more than two UNLESS the phone was on back order
I'm also in Toronto which puts us at an advantage as all shipments originate from the Rogers office at York Mills and Leslie. Being outside the GTA I would assume makes some difference in shipping times.
Was #6 for White 16GB. Now IN PROGRESS.
I had called the Rogers store I picked (Sherway) and whomever I spoke with there let me know that the pre-orders will be coming with the regular stock, but they obviously cannot give those phones away.
From @Rogers_Chris on Twitter: "Your reservation doesn't assure you a device on the launch day. You'll be notified when it's ready to be picked up."
So... what's the point of reserving? If stores get them on launch day, but us who reserved ahead of time have to wait, that completely defeats the purpose!
If I remember correctly when the Galaxy S2 launched people who showed up in store on launch day actually got phones while those that pre-ordered had to wait a few days for theirs.
>>I preordered, but I'm still going to go to the Rogers location when they open at 10am.
Please people, try NOT to behave like some sort of drooling A***e morons.. It's a PHONE. It's not the Word of Jobs.
And in 6 months there'll be another new Nexus phone likely better than this one anyways..
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