Ordered iPhone 6 Plus From AT&T.

wolfpackfan

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I have never ordered an iPhone from AT&T but have always just bought them directly from Apple. But this time I got it from AT&T because I wanted to go with the 2 year contract. It is being delivered on Wednesday. Unfortunately I won't be home Wednesday. Does AT&T require you to sign for the phone? Could I just leave a note for UPS to leave it in my wife's car in the driveway and lock the doors?
 

macher

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I have never ordered an iPhone from AT&T but have always just bought them directly from Apple. But this time I got it from AT&T because I wanted to go with the 2 year contract. It is being delivered on Wednesday. Unfortunately I won't be home Wednesday. Does AT&T require you to sign for the phone? Could I just leave a note for UPS to leave it in my wife's car in the driveway and lock the doors?
Yea you have to sign. You can call UPS and pick it up at the depot near you.
 
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duaneu

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I have never ordered an iPhone from AT&T but have always just bought them directly from Apple. But this time I got it from AT&T because I wanted to go with the 2 year contract. It is being delivered on Wednesday. Unfortunately I won't be home Wednesday. Does AT&T require you to sign for the phone? Could I just leave a note for UPS to leave it in my wife's car in the driveway and lock the doors?
My iPhone 6 from AT&T came via UPS last fall. I didn't have to sign for it.
 

shyam09

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The UPS/FedEx are interested in getting the package delivered and use their own judgement, at times, to make that choice.
I agree, but it would be stupid to leave the car door open so the UPS guy can put it in the car.
A much safer option is to have UPS deliver the package to a local UPS store. OP - you need to sign up for UPS My Choice (free account) and you should be able to redirect online depending on if ATT allows it.
 
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I agree, but it would be stupid to leave the car door open so the UPS guy can put it in the car.
A much safer option is to have UPS deliver the package to a local UPS store. OP - you need to sign up for UPS My Choice (free account) and you should be able to redirect online depending on if ATT allows it.
I get everything delivered to my office and UPS does its thing at around 9am every morning.
 

xRYD3Rx

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Lol this thread made me giggle. Why in the world would you let s strange have access to your vehicle ? :D
 

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