What is an eSIM and How Does it Work in Cellphones?

With eSIMs you can use two or more phone networks, with two being active at any given time.

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What is an eSIM and How Does it Work in Cellphones?

    1. An eSIM is a digital SIM that allows you to activate a cellular network on your phone without using a physical SIM card (Nano-SIM).
    2. eSIM is a common feature in iPhones.
    3. To use an eSIM, the cellular network, for example, Safaricom must support the eSIM.
    4. eSIMs can be set up in the Cellular or Mobile Data option in your phone’s settings.
    5. With eSIMs you can use two or more phone networks, with two being active at any given time.
    6. You can switch between networks as you please.

 

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