S7 phone. Changed over from Rogers a few days ago. Can login to fido website and see data, account info, billing etc. When trying to load fido app, it lets me put in my cell number and it texts me an authrorization code and just stalls there. I can't get past this point on the app.
New customer here. Was able to setup the app for my wife and daughter but not working for me. Get the codes but everytime there’s an error. Locked out for 24 hours twice. Able to access the account thru normal login but can’t set other app due to authorization error. This is extremely upsetting. Can anyone help?
Welcome to the Community.
Can you tell us if you've tried this with both the Wi-Fi and the Mobile data?
Also, did you get a chance to try uninstalling the App and downloading it again?
I’ve tried everything. With and without wifi, installing and uninstalling the app, Switching off and on the phone. I’ve gone through your forums and it’s not something new. The same thing has happened to quite a few people and whoever is responsible for your app needs to be held accountable. If this thing is not sorted out for me, all 3 of my family are moving to another service provider. If I don’t have a working app, I can’t waste my time going through the whole process of logging in and out, captcha etc if I need to access my fido account.
Maybe it’s something that’s happening to every Rogers customer who’s moving to Fido and still has the same number. Do you think, my number is still linked to Rogers for the purpose of accessing the app? I have their app too and I don’t wish to uninstall it because I still have other services from Rogers.
I need someone to get his/her act together and do something about it.
It's been a week now, its still not getting past authorization. I receive the text messages with the authorization code, but now when I try to get it to authorize me, it gives an error message We hit a snag.
When I close the app and indicate I do not have a Fido number and try to login, it tells me I DO have a Fido number and says I should authenticate which brings me back to the above.