Unfortunately there is another meaning of 2Day shipping, and that apparently means 3 days later. This is what I received. And because Sunday isn't a shipping day, then I don't get my phone until tomorrow (Monday).
I first discovered this when I wanted to check the tracking information. I noticed it said expected date of arrival on Sept 12 by 7pm. I was flabbergasted. Why does 2Day actually mean 3 days? I set up a little experiment. I went to the Fedex website and looked up transit times. I "sent" a package from my mom's zip code to my zip code (because Fedex wanted zips and it was too annoying to lookup a zip code in Pennsylvania, where my phone was being sent from) and checked out the transit times:
You will notice in that picture that there are 3(?!) different Fedex 2Day options. The first is actually 2 days to delivery. The second is called 2Day am and gets the package there the morning of the third day. The third option is also called 2Day and get's the package delivered at some point during the third day.
The only way to distinguish between the two identically named 2Day options is by price which for a package that is 2lbs differs by $17!
Lesson: Folks, don't ship with Fedex.