The net to me is that it says 'no service'. My comment to the dealer at the time was 'did you guys forget to activate the car's 'phone'?
I really do suspect this could be the issue and Nissan CC seemed to collaborate somewhat. She also said something about needing to 'activate a module'. We'll see when I talk to the service folks tomorrow - they were great about dealing with it, tried 'resetting my account' first (no dice), the nice lady talked to a sr. rep who said they had seen this a few times already. She called my dealer, my dealer called me - appt for tomorrow to fix.
'No Service' to me is pretty descriptive. When the cars come into Long Beach, they're not going to be provisioned since AT&T to the best of my knowledge requires access to their network to do an over-the-air provisioning. Same way a phone on the shelf at the AT&T store doesn't work until they provision it. My suspicion is that they're supposed to do this during port prep and they didn't.
Alternatively, owing to Randy's software upgrade fixing this for him, maybe it's a software bug... who knows.
Gonna get my refrigerant charge measured, too...
EV Prj: prereg 4/19 11:21a, appvd 7/22 11:34a, on-site eval 8/27 1pm, installed 3/30
Leaf: Red eTec resvd 4/20 2:33p, order open 8/31 11:30a, confirmed 9/3 2:00p, Carwings 3/9
Dash@Delivery 4/8, 7-day on 3/23, Delivered 03/30, Carwings: 'Bonez' VIN#728