If anyone has any official pricing for a AW plan on Rogers, please do share. Glad to see the AW3LTE will be supported... makes it harder for me to justify upgrading to the AW4LTE...
Can somebody from Rogers kindly provide a accurate response, whether ESIMS is supported with iWatch 4 or not or where do we have to go to get a response once and for all? This is ridiculous that Rogers can't provide valid statement on this issue.
Apple Watch 4 announcement just listed Rogers as a cellular provider
Im with Telus and I pay$10. Give a me 1GB of extra data as well. I know bell charges $5 but does NOT offer the 1GB extra. So you either pay $5 and use the same data you have OR pay $10 and get an extra 1GB on the plan. An extra $5 for 1GB is worth it.
Thank you for your patience. As many of you heard, we have great news!
We're excited to announce Rogers will be carrying the all new Apple Watch 4.
Pre-order yours as early as Friday!
For those of you who may have the previous Apple Watch, you’ll be able to activate it. Our Apple Watch plans are going to be made available as of September 17th, 2018!
This means any customer who currently owns an Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) will be able to activate it as an additional line on their Share Everything plan or add it on a non-shared plan!
You must be on iOS 12 and WatchOS 5 to activate your Apple Watch.
Keep an eye on Rogers.com for the latest news!
There are occasions when an iOS update is incompatible with what Rogers offers. Many people have encountered that issue many times with various aspects of Rogers, especially on the TV side of things, Rogers apps, etc.
Yes, I agree that updating iOS is a good idea for security, however, it's always a good idea to wait a day or two (or perhaps more) and check here to see if there are incompatibilities. Although the iOS may have been tested for a while, it may not have been tested with Rogers specifically.
That’s very insulting. You could have done better. You folks knew you’d be launching in September.
Although Rogers might have known, for competitive and other reasons, Rogers personnel are not allowed to formally announce things until management let them. It's the same for all corporations. You need to understand how things work with corporations and advance notice (leaks) can get people fired if they leak things before management say they can.
Yeah, they've known all year it wouldn't launch until September. Just didn't want customers to go elsewhere. The customers themselves they couldn't care less about.
I’ve been with Rogers for almost 14 years. I’ve had Rogers-based Apple products (iPhone, iPad) since 2012. There is no incompatibility between a new iOS version and Rogers.
You obviously weren't using Anyplace TV, which was rendered useless by an iOS upgrade in 2015 for about 5 months (iOS9). It also affected iOS11 for a while. See the following post.
Some people have been lucky in that they may never have been affected, however, it's always a good idea to wait a few days (or longer) and check various forums whenever there is a major iOS update. The next time it could be you!
Although this is an Apple thread, there were similar issues with Android around the same time as iOS9 that took months to resolve.
You surely understand that “you” wasn’t any specific rep but Rogers as a corporation and corporate communications. Come on.
The answer is still the same. The corporation will release the information when management decides to, not when you'd like them to.
Looks like it's going to be $10/mo. to add an Apple Watch to a Rogers Share Everything or standalone plan. Standalone plans will have 1GB of data.
The series 4 Watch will be available for sale for $30.37/mo. on a 24 month Easy Pay plan or $729 no term, which is $40 more than if you purchase from Apple ($689 for series 4 44mm LTE version)