This is a company with very little concern for customers. Their near-monopoly makes them unwilling to try to listen to customer concerns. There was no indication before buying the watch that Business accounts would not support while consumer accounts seem to have no trouble. Plus I spent over an hour on the phone with them 2 days ago, and they had absolutely no idea why it wouldn't work. Definitely time to move on to a company that listens and cares, if such a thing exists
This is disappointing - I just signed up and intended to port to rogers from bell, only to find out the services are lacking.
I figured as much. I like that there is bonus data this time of year, but I'm not sure I can remain with a provider that doesn't support my devices fully. At this point I'd gladly pay an extra fee to add my device. Still undecided.
This is where the 15 day buyers remorse policy makes sense.
Thanks for our understanding? Are you joking? This makes absolutely no sense, and I cannot see how any one of your corporate/business customers would understand this decision. Business customers spend more per month than consumers, they are less likely to switch to another user, yet Rogers continues to take advantage of them. Its the same system! What is the big issue?
I am not the one making this decision in our company. If I was, we would have switched long ago.
Rogers corporate customer service lags, and continues to disappoint.
Only way things will change is if some serious corporate influencers start to cause a stir about this watch support (i.e. big corporate clients). I'm sure 99.9% of large company CEO's couldn't care less whether or not their employees have cellular service on their Apple Watch. Without much downside in the way of lost revenue, there's very little incentive for Rogers to speed up the delivery of Watch cellular support to business users.
Is this in the product roadmap of Business Applications team? Any hint?
Thank you all for your interest in the Apple Watch LTE for Business.
We don’t currently support Apple Watch for business. Keep an eye on rogers.com/business for updates on our products and solutions.
You can also buy the Apple Watch and pair it with a compatible iPhone using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, but not our cellular network. You can check the most recent compatibility on apple.com/watch.
Thank you for understanding!