I'm considering purchasing the new Active 2 4G watch, but just discovered that it is only compatible with either EE or Vodafone networks in the UK.
I am currently on the Three network, and would like to be able to use the 4G features with this provider.
Is this the case? or will there be support with all UK mainstream providers in the pipeline for the Active 2 watch?
As of today, this is now working on vodafone UK. I am able to connect to vodafone via the wearable app and set up the onenumber service (at £7pcm). My watch will now send and receive calls independently of my phone.
Anyone have any update on Tecknik21's query on Samsung Active 2 LTE watch compatibility with other networks e.g. O2. I can't seem to find any new networks supporting this and the Galaxy 3 is due out shortly which won't be good news for Samsung.
Just an update to my original post .......
It looks like only O2 and EE on the UK network support eSims right now. I think Vodafone's eSim supports Apple only, but not entirely sure of that.
I never got to see the benefits of the 4G call\text features from this watch, as for other reasons, I wasn't able to move over to another service provider from Three.
It was a waste of the extra money going for the 4G version really.
Why all the big UK providers still can't support eSim nowadays is a mystery.