Rogers Experiencing iPhone 3GS Problems As Well
Just like AT&T in the states, Rogers in Canada is experiencing the same activation overload.
Reports are coming in from Rogers customers that while trying to activate their newly purchased iPhone 3GS at their local Apple Stores, it fails to show up in Roger’s system which of course delays the activation process. There is no word on how long it will take for Rogers customers to finally get their iPhone 3GS fully activated but an estimate pegs it around 6 hours. If you’re in Canada and experiencing the same activation delay, leave us a comment.
Via: The iPhone Blog
I stopped at a Rogers kiosk in WEM after Apple told me to book an appointment for Monday (I called Saturday). Took about 2 hours to do everything. The Rogers employees were on the phone waiting for activation for each phone for about 45 minutes.