19-12-2019 08:06 PM
After struggling to get any straight answers from Vodafone, a Spark representative (Te Awamutu store) advised me that Spark have a 6 month exclusive contract (to enable Apple Watch Support) that expires at the end of March 2020. She wasn't clear on what this exclusive contract was for (e-Sim or some other enabling technology/licence), but she was adamant that no other competitor would be able to offer Apple Watch (e-sim?) support until after March 2020. The facts are a bit sketchy, but it's more "information" than Vodafone have offered.
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Vodafone used to be a leader in the new technology now they only seem to be playing catch up and are getting further behind all the time
Ohh didn't you know about Covid19? A lot of businesses are having to Tighten their belts.
The money just isin't there anymore.
19-06-2020 09:40 PM
Vodafone initially told us the technology would be ready by mid-2019. They stayed quiet for the whole year before announcing it would be launching in mid-2020, then right at the very last minute they retracted their promise (blaming it on COVID-19 of course), and are now starting in 2021. So how do two months of lock-down add one year to the release date, after they had supposedly been working on it for the seven months before lockdown? And they were already one year late. It seems like one broken promise after another to stall customers from jumping to Spark.
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