I'd like to know exactly what your logic is or what exactly is the delay on providing your customers with RCS messaging.
I thought you were "America's Best Network" but you're holding off on some of the latest features that smartphones have to offer today. Yet, you can sell a $1,500 phone exclusivly.... for what?..... A 5G Network that's only currently working in like maybe 10 cities. Priorities!!! If you can sell a $1,500 phone, shouldn't it have the latest and greatest features that smartphone technology can offer today. Yes I know it's on the Pixel, sorry but not good enough!
Then your representatives are on these forums saying that they're not sure if you're even going to come out with this feature let alone when it will be available. Come on VerizonWireless! Really?!
I've been a customer for over 15 years maybe longer, but change is always a good thing I guess, inevitably. Ijs
I believe an update to the S9/10 brought RCS to the Samsung messages app as well as Google messages.
Imaging my surprise when the note 10 came out without it.
Just got word that RCS has been rolled out by Google to all Android phones so I tried it out on my Pixel 4, but guess what, VERIZON doesn't allow RCS. The feature is there, but all I get is a message that says it's not supported by my carrier. My guess is Apple has their hands in Verizon's pocket.
1-star review from me
mploc2, we apologize that somehow this thread was missed, but rest assured we are here to help in regard to the RCS Messaging issue that some of our customers are having. To ensure we're on the same page, what is the make and model of your device? Are you currently experiencing an issue with the RCS feature at this time?
Thank you for letting me know what device you have. I do see that at this time the RCS, or Advanced Messaging feature is available on the Samsung Galaxy S9, and S9+ at this time, but will be expanded to other devices through future updates. For more information on this feature, please see the following link: https://www.verizon.com/support/advanced-messaging-faqs/.
Is it the future yet? We are now 1.5 years out from the rollout and Verizon is still messing up around. It's about to start finding someone that can stay up with the times.
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