What is the current status for Verizon enabling the e-sim functionality? I too am the recipient of promises not kept. About time @vzw_customer_support steps up and delivers. You are in a buyers market. All carriers want our business. Including t-mobile, which has enabled dual sim for the note 20 ultra.
Our goal is to provide the world-class service you deserve and keep our promises. Please tell us more, what exactly is going on with your Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra? ~Gilbert
I need use of the e-sim functionality promised by both Samsung and Verizon. Samsung is adamant they have provided all carriers with the necessary activation code. Only t-mobile has implemented. I have a meeting scheduled with a local t-mobile rep to discuss options. Then I'll have 5 lines on a plan.
Sorry about any mix up. We see that the Note 20 Ultra is currently not eSIM compatible. Here is a link with more information about eSIM and dual SIM . May we ask the reason you wish to have access to this feature? ~Christian
It is not compatible because Verizon has not enabled the feature. I have confirmed this with Samsung corporate. As for why, I currently carry two phones. One personal and one for work. Combining the two would mean much less hassle. Plus Verizon would be gaining two lines from ATT. I would think you'd jump at the chance. To sum up: Verizon is the reason they are limiting their own marketability. Verizon is the reason current customers are limited on features and benefits that other carriers are offering.