With the release of Samsung’s S20 series, latest research estimated that over 225 million eSIM-enabled smartphones will be delivered in 2020. If you’ve purchased one of these phones, or own one of Apple’s iPhone 10 or 11 series, lucky you – you have this technology in your pocket already. You may, too, already have this technology on your wrist in the form of a smartphone, or find that your tablet is eSIM-enabled.
But what is an eSIM? How does it work? How does the average person begin using this revolutionary technology? Does it work the same way as a physical SIM card?
No fear. eSIM.net – an online platform for users to buy eSIM in the UK or around the world – are here to help. They’ve put together an informative infographic answering some of your basic questions on eSIM; everything from what it is, to how you can buy voice, data and SMS packages.An Infographic by eSIM.net.