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एक South America eSIM प्राप्त करें

प्रीपेड डेटा के साथ डाउनलोड करने योग्य South America सिम कार्ड

अभी खरीदें
  • प्रीपेड डेटा मात्र $20.00 से शुरू
  • एक निःशुल्क अंतर्राष्ट्रीय फ़ोन नंबर शामिल है।. और अधिक जानें।
  • कोई आश्चर्य शुल्क या रोमिंग शुल्क नहीं
  • समर्थित देश: Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Bolivia
  • जल्द ही South America पर जा रहे हैं? केवल $20.00 प्रति सप्ताह से शुरू होने वाले स्थानीय डेटा के साथ एक South America eSIM (डाउनलोड करने योग्य सिम कार्ड) से पैसे बचाएं।
  • सस्ता डेटा प्राप्त करें: अपने फोन पर एक South America eSIM इंस्टॉल करें और वाई-फाई की आवश्यकता के बिना, South America में कहीं भी स्थिर इंटरनेट कनेक्शन का आनंद लेने के लिए अपने डेटा पैकेज को सक्रिय करें।
  • कभी भी रोमिंग शुल्क का भुगतान न करें: अपने प्राथमिक सिम के लिए डेटा रोमिंग को बंद करके या अपने प्राथमिक सिम को पूरी तरह से बंद करके वाहक रोमिंग शुल्क से बचें। मदद की ज़रूरत है? हम 24/7 उपलब्ध हैं।

फ़ोन अनुकूलता की जाँच करें

  • समर्थित नेटवर्क: Telefonica Moviles Chile, Otecel S.A. Ecuador, Vivo, Movistar, Tigo, Viva, Telefonica Moviles Peru, VIVO, Telefonica Moviles Argentina
  • अपेक्षित गति: LTE/5G
  • सीमाएँ: पूरी तरह से अनियंत्रित डेटा
  • डेटा टॉप-अप उपलब्ध है: हाँ
  • हॉटस्पॉट / टेथरिंग: हाँ
  • आईडी/दस्तावेज़ आवश्यक है: नहीं
  • फ़ोन नंबर: अधिकांश खरीदारी में शामिल है

 

How does an eSIM work?

An eSIM is an embedded SIM card, and you probably already have an eSIM-compatible device. When you install an eSIM for a country or region, it lets your device connect to local networks in that area. This means your device will have data without needing Wi-Fi or paying roaming charges.

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Use a South America eSIM to stay connected

South America is the fourth-largest continent in the world and is home to incredible natural wonders like the Atacama Desert and the Amazon River.

South America is a diverse region that includes Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Colombia, Ecuador, and Paraguay.

When you travel throughout this unique region, you’ll want to share your experiences with your friends and family back home.

With a South America eSIM on your phone or tablet, the possibilities are endless! An eSIM connects your device with local data so you can stay online even when Wi-Fi isn’t available.

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How much travel data do I need in South America?

Your data needs in South America will depend upon your activities. You may use several apps that run on mobile data throughout your travels, such as Google Maps, social media, and music streaming.

A South America eSIM offers flexible data plans with excellent coverage. With an eSIM, you can browse, download, listen to music, and stay in touch with loved ones wherever you go!

We also have a travel data calculator to help you estimate how much data you’ll need for your trip.

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Will I pay roaming charges with an eSIM for South America?

Enjoy your eSIM data without paying a single penny on roaming charges! After activation, a South America eSIM links your device to a local network, allowing you to access the prepaid data from your plan right away!

Just make sure you turn off Data Roaming on your Primary SIM card so you won’t see charges on your next bill. Using an eSIM for data can help you save money and make sure you enjoy every moment of your trip!

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Explore top attractions in South America

The Andes Mountain range, misty jungles, white sand beaches and volcanic craters make South America the perfect tourist destination. Here’s a list of some top sights to see and places to visit!

Machu Picchu, Peru: Situated high in the Peruvian Andes, Machu Picchu is the site of ancient Incan civilization ruins known for their remarkable dry-stone walls. You can easily reach this UNESCO World Heritage Site by hiking along the famous Inca Trail.

Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil Border: If you think you’ve seen waterfalls before, the Iguazu Falls will amaze you with its chain of 275 water cascades.

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador: A volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean with marvelously rich and exotic flora and fauna. You will experience incredible wildlife like the Galápagos penguin, leatherback turtle and marine iguana on these islands.

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Popular foods to try in South America

Discover the unforgettable flavors and tastes of South American cuisine with these following dishes.

Empanadas: These crescent-shaped pastries feature a delectable sweet or savory filling made of cheese, meat, or vegetables, then wrapped in baked or fried dough.

Ceviche: The star ingredients of this Peruvian seafood dish are finely-diced raw fish, shrimp, or shellfish that have been marinated in citrus juices. Pair it with tortilla or potato chips and you’re going to love it!

Chivito Sandwich: This sandwich is made of churrasco, which is thinly sliced, grilled beef, alongside ham and bacon bits, tomato, lettuce, melting mozzarella cheese, and a fried or hard-boiled egg. What more do you need for breakfast or lunch?

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What’s the best time to visit South America?

The best time to travel to South America depends on the region’s seasonal weather, the activities you hope to enjoy, and the crowds of tourists.

September to November: The blend of mild weather, blooming wildflowers, and budding trees make springtime the best season to travel to South America. Try a Galapagos Cruise or an Inca Trail Hike this time of year!

December to February: Beach vacations and street festivals are popular during the summer in South America. Don’t miss the iconic Rio Carnival in February, when Rio de Janeiro’s streets come alive!

June to August: The winter months are the best time to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports in the northern regions. Every year in August, Buenos Aires organizes the Tango International Festival and Dance World Cup, which are both worth visiting!

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What to pack for a vacation to South America

If you want to enjoy every experience in South America, this packing list will help you get ready for your trip …

Portable USB Charger: You won’t want to stress about your phone dying while you’re sightseeing, make sure to bring a USB charger along for the ride!

Trail Runners: You should bring a decent pair of trail runners or hiking shoes since you’ll be doing a lot of walking and trekking in South America, which is filled with tourist destinations and natural trails.

Waterproof Hardshell Jacket: This amazing windproof and waterproof jacket will keep you dry and shield you from strong winds and rain, particularly in areas that surround the tremendous Andes Mountains.

FAQs about using a South America eSIM

Check my device

Most newer phones, tablets, and computers are already eSIM-compatible, so use our eSIM device checker to make sure you have a device that can accept an eSIM.

Free Wi-Fi is great when it’s available and working well, but some destinations make it just about impossible to get a good connection. That’s why it’s nice to have data as a backup to stay connected.

We’re proud to provide aloSIM customers with fast eSIM data connections that allow them to talk, text, surf, and stream comfortably. You’ll likely experience a 4G (sometimes 5G) or LTE equivalent network in most locations, depending on what’s available in the area.

Installation guides

We have detailed eSIM installation instructions for all compatible devices, so whether you’re looking to add eSIM data to an iPhone or iPad, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, or something else, we’ll be able to walk you through the eSIM set-up process easily.