I know theres another post about this but Rogers now supports the esim on iPhones tho what about the Samsung galaxy watch?
@kavkaz no one is going to know the answer to that outside of maybe a few high level Rogers employees
you pretty much just have to wait for them to announce something or buy an iPhone/Apple Watch that is supported.
Or how about he switches to literally ANY other major carrier like Bell or Telus, who now all support e-Sim on the Galaxy watch (and others).
Nobody asking about hooking up their mainstream wearable wants you to tell them to buy and apple watch that only works with an iphone. Nobody.
How bout you listen to your customers and flip on e-sim for other watches? e-sim is e-sim, no valid reason not to support it.
Thanks for pointing out he's not with Rogers, I had not noticed that.
That said, it's still not what I would call helpful if someone comes here saying they want (or have?) a samsung LTE watch costing over $500 and the suggested help is that they spend hundreds more on a second wearable from another manufacturer.
I would also suggest to you, privately e-mail the president of Rogers is just one voice they can ignore. Publicly posting that they are dropping the ball carries more weight (in my opinion) because others will see the correspondence. I think a post here would sway them more than an easy to ignore e-mail.
@claven2 lol just trying to help man.
Pointing out what Rogers does offer. I want them to support all devices as much as the next guy. I'm sure they know tons of people want android watch support. They'll roll it out in a timeline that aligns with their strategic business plan. Nothing can be done to speed up that process.
nope, not yet. I bought my partner a watch, he's with Rogers, will talk to him about switching to Telus (I'm with them) so he can use his new present Of course, if they decide to make a decision soon, I'm sure he'd consider staying with them as a loyal customer...but it doesn't sound like it.