My wife joined my previous Rogers account on Tuesday and bought an iPhone 4. She left the store after they told her that activating the phone could take a few hours. It is now Thursday night and the phone still isn't connecting to the network. We have called Rogers multiple times and they said there is a problem and that is should only be another few hours until it is fixed. Is anyone else having this issue? I can't seem to find any threads or topics where someone else is reporting this. Seems that if it was an issue for everyone that someone else would have asked. Thanks.
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My wife lost her phone last weekend and had to buy a new SIM card for another phone we had. She bought on Wednesday afternoon and was told it likely will be one or two hours to activate. It is now 40 hours later on Friday mornng and still nothing. Have called a couple times and emailed during this time and the samed response of 'we are working on the problem'
i have 2x galaxy note that i received yesterday, i coult not activate right now due to server problem.... thats what the CSR told me on the phone.....
I have a similar issue. I activated a new account on Wednesday morning - received a temp number while my phone number was being ported from Telus. Was told the Port would only take 5 mins to 2.5 hours. It is now 1:30pm on Friday and I'm still on my temp number.
Apparently the port has been "completed" but Rogers is having difficulty with a back-end switch which is causing a delay in my number from becoming connected. I don't know how such a HUGE technical issue can remain unresolved for over 2 days in such a big company.
This delay is unacceptable. I've called Customer Care, Technical Support and the Porting department over 10 times in the last 2.5 days and have received inaccurate ETA information, they just tell me to wait. If you call my ported number, you will hear a record message saying "The cellular number you have called is not assigned”. I am missing tons of important calls and texts.
I've only been a Rogers customer for 2.5 days and I'm already so frustrated. I've escalated the issue and still have no further information.
I hope Rogers plans on compensating me for the time without the use of my phone number, the time wasted waiting on hold for Customer Service, Technical Support and the Porting Dept, the inconvenience of having to miss important calls and texts being sent to my number and the inconvenience of having minimal and inaccurate information provided by multiple Rogers representatives.
Some customers who made recent account changes may experience longer than normal wait times for services to function normally. Our teams are actively working to provide a fix ASAP.
Our apologies for the inconvenience.
I was just told by the Porting dept that my issue will be fixed by end of business day (5PM). Is this ETA accurate?
Being just told to turn your phone off and on every 2 hours is not help. Now hitting 48 hours and counting with no outlook or informative response from Rogers via email. Have been in contact with tech services by phone and email with not one bit of satisfaction of a response other than try every couple hours we are working on it. Are we? Rogers has time to make ill advised calls to customer calls outside this problem only to be transferred to the tech support line and put back on hold for the same reply already received. Rogers needs to be way more proactive in communicating these issues rather than have the customer becoming more and more frustrated by their lack of communication. Put an info banner or something on your website to keep people informed, rather than left in the dark.
Exactly. Just something so I didn't have to spend a bunch of time searching just to see if someone else was having this issue. At least now I can see that it is an issue to other people.
I've been with Rogers for 12 years and have never had an issue. My wife has been a customer for 3 days and hasn't even gotten service plus a number of other issues regarding an iPhone being in stock as well as issues with the free Xbox promotion. I just hope this gets resolved soon.
My previous phone crapped out on me out of the blue, and I got a brand new one which I am estatic about, only to find out that over 24 hours later I still have no service. Thankfully the two nice folks that I spoke to at Rogers tech support were sympathetic with the problem and were very nice about it and reassured me that it was on your end, not mine.
I'm floored to see that this problem has been going on for other people for even longer, and that there's nothing beyond "we are working on the problem." I too am missing many important texts and calls. I understand that these things can happen sometimes, but the fact that it's within a huge company like Rogers and there's still not a fix for it is unacceptable. At least find a way to give an (accurate) ETA or keep the public updated on progress. I don't think it's impossible.
Rogers is fine in terms of everything else as this is my first major problem, and I love my new iPhone but I firmly believe you can do better than this.