Thanks for the reply Meowmix. Looks like mine is still "IN PROGRESS" so I'll just keep waiting for the shipping notification.
But the fine print for the watch statest specifically that you need a 2 year share everything plan:
"Available at participating Rogers locations from April 11/14 until the earlier of June 12/14 or while quantities last (in black only) with purchase of new Samsung GS5 and new activation on a 2-yr Share Everything Plan. If eligible plan is cancelled within first 15 days in accordance with your Service Agreement, Gear 2 Neo must also be returned in original condition ($49.99 will be refunded) else the difference of $170 will be charged to customer's account."
I don't think they were supposed to give this to you. You need a plan that is higher than 60 a month to get the phone on a 2 year for 249.99, but that's not for the watch. The local dealer here said that it has to be the share everything plan.
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You are wrong. The new plans are called Everything shared plan. The older plans have different names. As long as you plan is $60+ you are fine. My plan is from 2008 with 6GB on it & every time i did a upgrade, it worked even tho the fine print says that. I have been here long enough to know lol.
I got the watch for $49.99 & have the reciept to show it anyways. The store manager did this for me while she was on the phone with the call center for something. The guy right beside me did the same thing too. His plan was older as wwell. I guess the rep you spoke to gave you the wrong info.
As long as your plan is $60+ you are fine & the upgrade will go thru &you can get the watch as well.
The image above is the phone. Gear 2 neo & a case i got.
Here is the receipt for it as well.
Mine said delivery by noon today, so I just called ups and they said that the company sending didnt have it there on time yesterday. It is still in Toronto. Will be in winnipeg on Monday.
Well it kinda is rogers. She said that they missed the cut off yesterday. And its sitting in Toronto ups warehouse. Either way enjoy your phone everyone this weekend for whoever gets it. At least this way we should get some reviews before we get it.
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