By Victoria Prisyazhnyuk
January 18, 2022
2021 has become the year of total digitization, everything is moving to electronic devices and the Internet. Basically, this happened due to the impact of pandemic conditions on human life: we buy products online, we buy clothes online, and in some cases we wear them online (all thanks to digital clothing technology), we earn money online. We are used to the fact that everything can now be obtained quickly on the Internet. And so we are increasingly confronted with the concept of eSIM, but do not fully know how it works. Let’s figure it out.
To understand what an eSIM is, you can start from the concept of a familiar SIM card. A SIM card is a postage stamp-sized chip that allows the device to identify you as a mobile network user. With this chip, the device quickly determines which operator you have, which number and tariff plan. This chip can be easily replaced with another if necessary. The essence of eSIM is that this chip is already built into the device and it can be easily remotely reprogrammed for the carrier you need.
Most mobile and non-mobile devices already support the eSIM feature by 2022, making it widely available.
As technology advances, so do human needs. Now devices should be multifunctional, and their use should be convenient.
The process of connecting an eSIM occurs mainly in two stages: 1. scanning the QR code of a new phone number for eSIM or purchasing a data plan in the operator’s application; 2. activate a new number/plan on eSIM on your device.
On the iPhone, you can add an eSIM in the settings through the Cellular menu.
This is how easy it is to activate and use eSIM technology on phones and other gadgets. It will be especially useful for you if you want to distinguish between personal and work calls and SMS, as well as if you travel a lot and need to use a local cellular connection.
Author Prisyazhnyuk Victoria.
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