Steps to follow for Business customers to activate an eSIM card on dual SIM iPhones.
eSIM activations are only available on Bring Your Own Device plans.
eSIM cards are only available to Business customers through Rogers Direct.
Follow these steps to activate an eSIM card:
vague instructions.. don't clarify how to get the QR code.. the rogers direct site only lets you reserve devices.. leave it to Rogers to never be clear or make things simple
I am on a Share Everything plan.
What would be the way for me to get an eSIM.
Do I have to go into a Rogers store?
If it is only for Business customers what is the reasoning behind this?
I am not on contract any more, and Bell is looking more and more attractive since I would actually be able to consolidate into a single phone for Work and Personal use.
ok, this is ridicules that Rogers announce something and they won't provide clear instructions.
also as Rogers always hungry for money, after I got sent to 3 different Rogers store by customer service and then finally being able to talk to a knowledgeable customer service today, this is how it works.
- You need to call Rogers for business customer service and they need to order a QR code through their ordering system and ship it to you. but there is a catch (as always with Rogers)
-you can't port your current number to eSIM
-the eSIM with get a brand new number with no term plan without data which cost you $35/month
this is basically creates extra revenue for Rogers and they don't care about current business customers. all they are looking for is new activation.
so if you are currently on Rogers for business BYOD plan, unfortunately you are out of luck!!!
This is DUMB.
So Rogers tells me i have to pay my balance on my device so i can port my current number on to the ESim of the phone. You already have us locked down, this is a total revenue generation tactics. Come on I have 3 lines, im just one of the little businesses trying to make it
When is it going to be available for everyone? My account is personal but I use the phone for business.
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You'll be happy to learn that effective April 24th, 2019, Dual SIM/eSIM became available for ALL eligible iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR devices! We have a blog that you can check out regarding this topic, plus we also have an ongoing thread, so feel free to CLICK HERE to join in on the conversation! 👍