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Supacat



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Porting Pivi Pro eSIM in 2020 Defender

Con you confirm that the UK specification new defender contains two eSIMs - one located in/related to in the Vehicle Domain Controler (VCM), and the 2nd located in/related to the Pivi Pro unit.


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I understand that the VCM unit eSIM is active as standard on all UK models and detailed as the "Online Pack with Data Plan".

I understand that the Pivi Pro unit eSIM is inactive as standard on all UK models and detailed as an option as "Wi-Fi Enabled with Data Plan".

Is it possible to obtain a Porting Authorisation Code (PAC) or the equivalent for the eSIM for the Pivi Pro to enable an owner to take out their own data service with a service provider of their choice?

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Good morning Supacat,

Thank you for your post and your patience in waiting for a reply.

I can confirm that there are two embedded SIM Cards on the vehicle for the Defender. One of which is known as the VDC eSIM, and the other is the Pivi eSIM.

I hope this has answered your question.

Many Thanks,

Dan - Land Rover UK

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Dan

Thank you for answering the first part of my query. Could I ask you to look at the latter part, regarding PAC, and let me know if this is possible?

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Hi Supacat,

Thank you for your reply.

I can confirm that we are unable to provide the Porting Authorisation Code for the eSIM to any of our customers.

Should you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thanks, Dan - Land Rover UK

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Thanks Dan.

Is this because you can't because you are not the service provider?

Ofcom states: "We’ve made it quicker and easier to leave your current mobile provider. Ofcom rules mean you can switch mobile provider by sending a simple, free text message to your current provider."

"You can also request your PAC via your online account on your provider's website. When you do this, your provider must provide your PAC within one minute, just as they would if you requested it by text."

https://www.ofcom.org.uk/phones-telecoms-a...e-provider

Can you advise how this can be done?

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Hi Supacat,

Thank you for your reply.

I have escalated your query with our Product Team to obtain further information. As soon as I have an update I will be sure to contact you.

Many Thanks,

Dan - Land Rover UK

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Supacat wrote:
Thanks Dan.

Is this because you can't because you are not the service provider?

Ofcom states: "We’ve made it quicker and easier to leave your current mobile provider. Ofcom rules mean you can switch mobile provider by sending a simple, free text message to your current provider."

"You can also request your PAC via your online account on your provider's website. When you do this, your provider must provide your PAC within one minute, just as they would if you requested it by text."

https://www.ofcom.org.uk/phones-telecoms-a...e-provider

Can you advise how this can be done?


Good afternoon Supacat,

To confirm, the data service is managed by JLR and is part of the PIVI Pro, Online Pack and WiFi Hotspot with Data Plan subscriptions. All of these subscriptions include data and therefore there is no reason for a customer to provide or manage their own data plan. Further to this, PIVI does not support voice calls via the eSIM and therefore there is no telephone number to port. So a port authorisation code is not required.

Many Thanks,

Dan - Land Rover UK

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