With the launch of the Apple Watch Series 3 and 4 LTE last Friday September 21, some users were complaining about not being able to activate the service, the problem (according to the operators) being saturation.
Currently, Orange and Vodafone are offering the eSIM service on the new iPhone XS and the new Apple Watch LTE. In the early hours of Friday morning, the process was uneventful, but as the hours passed, the problems began.
As we have learned from users who had problems with the activation of it , the operators claimed that they were overloaded and were working as fast as possible to solve the problem.
This morning, customers who had problems with activations over the weekend , were able to solve them quickly. They can now enjoy this service on the Apple Watch LTE without any problems, offering a certain freedom to leave the iPhone at home.
Orange and Vodafone are the only operators in Spain that market this modality, where their price plans are very similar, even costing nothing to the customer if he has contracted a specific rate.
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If not, the monthly added cost is between 4 and 5 euros, plus the activation fee, which is usually around the same amount. Remember that the Apple Watch Series 3 is also available in the LTE version.
This last option is very interesting to consider thanks to the price reduction of the Apple Watch Series 3, offering a cost that can be very attractive for customers.
Have you been able to activate the Apple Watch LTE with Orange or Vodafone without problems?