Seeing as you are a business / corporate customer Yours would be a bit different. Yours has to go thru 4 stages then the regular reservation. Its been like this since the start of the reservations. I have dealt with most phone reservation threads and see this. It seems the business and corporate accounts have to go thru some checking before being shipped.
That is correct. Business customers don't get that deal but they do have other deals for u guys. Aka the S-view cases. It even says that on the business reservation site.
Yours will ship if not this week then Monday or Tuesday next week. Remember Friday everything is closed until Monday. Long weekend
So I have been reading the thread and many of you are saying that if the status is "In Progress" then the phone should be shipped in a week or so.
My current position is #135/178 (Business customer). The status is now "In Progress (Pre fulfillment)", does anyone know what that means?
I say rope you into it because when I preordered my device, it seemed like they were going to have 10,000 units available launch day to those who preorderd. I can't imagine they can, and do, get away with this, because if something similar happened to those who pre-ordered next-gen consoles like the PS4 or Xbox One had somethng like this happen there would be blood.
I was 2038 before release date... and yes its very feasible for Rogers to request 7,000 units for release day, when Apple is able to reach 9 million iphone sales during the first weekend launch. Its safe to say that Samsung would be able to compete with these production numbers and launch a similar number of devices during the first weekend, IF the demand was there. So providing something like 10,000 units through 1 of the 3 major carries across Canada, is extremely feasible. Rogers is ordering the devices through Samsung, Samsung would not be limiting the number of devices availbe to Rogers, unless it was in excess of millions of devices, not thousands, it doesn't make sense business wise.
This is entirely an issue with Rogers simply not ordering enough phones to meet the demands of thier customers.