I just spoke to rogers business live agent regarding my status, "In progress(Activation)" does not mean for a new rogers business customers, Activation means the phone is getting processed, and next status you should see is (Shipped). I asked when they will ship it and the lady said by either tonight or tomorrow morning. Crossing my fingers
Spoke to several Rogers reps on Twitter, on the phone. Nobody really knows what's going on, or they can't actually offer any concrete info on the shipping situation.
Apparently when the shipment is "in progress" it means they've got it at the warehouse, and it's getting ready to be shipped out - that said, a lot of things don't add up.
1) The numbers make no sense. I'm number 128 up for a 128 GB Space Grey 6+ and it's "in progress" but there seem to be others with lower numbers that still read "open"
2) Lots of people are sitting with their shipments "in progress". What I gathered from previous info is that sometimes it does take some time for them to collect the phones, box, label, and ship them, since they might wait to ship multiple phones to a single destination. But some of you have been waiting 5 days or more "in progress" which seems excessive.
So those of us "in progress"...apparently Rogers has our phones, and is unable to ship them out in a timely manner. I'm thoroughly dissapointed in the rigamarole necessary to get any decent information from anyone. The customer service has been abysmal.
Well I'm still #50 and OPEN for normal iPhone 6 64gb gold.. Hoping to get it by next week
Well that's disheartening. I'm in Vancouver and I'm #7 for 16gb 6+ Silver and mines still OPEN. Not even IN PROGRESS. How are you in progress when you are farther down the line than I am?
Da heck. Frigging systems
What's the line-up like at the Metrotown apple store?
Also, the fact that this came out on a Friday and they're NOT delivering tomorrow according to the store manager where I'm supposed to pick up, is the dumbest thing ever.
You guys can't expect to hold the iPhone 6+ once and not expect it to feel big. If you're going from an iPhone 5 or 5s it's obviously going to feel huge. I'm going from a 5 and expecting it to take me a bit to get used to.
getting conflicting answers when i talk to reps (over phone, twitter, live chat). Hearing the fact the the 6+ is massive probably get the 6 but from the local apple store and do the upgrade their. To order over the phone they say they cant gaurentee when I will recieve the phone. Apple launch of this appears to be a failure, rogers reservation list and have a complete chain of comunnication is a disaster.