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Rogers rolls out eSIM support for business customers on BYOD plans

Rogers is supporting eSIM functionality on iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR devices. Further, Rogers is just supporting eSIM for business customers and only on BYOD and no-term plans. rogers eSIM support

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According to a Rogers community forum post, as of March 25th, 2019, business customers can activate the eSIM portion of their qualifying iPhone with Rogers. This allows them to have two lines on one device and use the physical SIM slot for other carriers. Additionally, Rogers notes that it has updated its Rogers Direct service with the eSIM option for BYOD activation orders.

If you want one of these devices on contract with the carrier, you’ll still need a physical SIM card. Unfortunately, if you’ve got an Android device that supports eSIM, Rogers doesn’t support it. The community forum post notes that Rogers can’t guarantee comprehensive technical support, that features will work as intended, or that it will have specific plans for your device if you try to activate an unsupported eSIM phone.

Interestingly, Apple’s carrier support page doesn’t list Rogers as an eSIM supporter. It does, however, list Fido as supporting eSIM, even though the carrier has been vocal that it doesn’t actually support the feature.

Follow these steps to activate an eSIM card:

1 Go to Settings > Cellular.
2 Tap Add Cellular Plan.
3 Use your iPhone to scan the eSIM voucher (QR code).

Which carriers support eSIM in Canada?

Lucky Mobile.

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