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ResponseMediaNZ
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  #2181834 18-Feb-2019 09:43
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Just seen this from the Vodafone Community - MikeHales https://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Mobile-services/e-sim-support-and-functionality/td-p/219849/page/3 

 

E-Sim for Vodafone

 

 

 

 

 

Happy to say,now moving from development into production. Timing is planned for 1st Quarter of our financial year (April to June).

 

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ResponseMediaNZ:

 

Just seen this from the Vodafone Community - MikeHales https://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Mobile-services/e-sim-support-and-functionality/td-p/219849/page/3 

 

E-Sim for Vodafone

 

 

 

Happy to say,now moving from development into production. Timing is planned for 1st Quarter of our financial year (April to June).

 

m

 

Product Owner AI & Automated Support
Vodafone New Zealand

 

Great to hear, hope the others follow suit too. Also hope this means I can get a Vodafone eSIM as a second iPhone SIM for their $5 roaming!


 
 
 
 


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So, I guess this means the 4G Apple Watch will be available in NZ in the next few months?

 

Although we're far enough into the current product cycle that it's probably worth waiting for the next generation to be released.


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I heard Spark is going to bring eSIM by end of year (targeting only enterprise customers in the beginning, so I guess no retail Apple Watch users for now).


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Can I ask, what sort of battery life are you getting from the Apple watch 4 with normal daily use, little exercise and just basic daily drive. I have heard some people claiming 4 or 5 days, what's your experience?

 

 

 

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motorwayne:

Can I ask, what sort of battery life are you getting from the Apple watch 4 with normal daily use, little exercise and just basic daily drive. I have heard some people claiming 4 or 5 days, what's your experience?


 


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