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Is eSIM worth it?

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We bet there are people in your life who have travelling down to an art form. They’re organized, they’ve packed the perfect amount, their documents are organized, and they know their itinerary by heart. 

 

They understand why it helps to keep everything as simple and efficient as possible. But there’s one travel hack they may not know about …

 

It’s called eSIM technology, and it makes it a breeze to stay connected on the go

 

Whether you’re traveling or needing the freedom to hop between networks on a day-to-day basis, there are so many reasons why using an eSIM makes sense. 

 

Let’s dive in and look at a few …

 

REASON 1: YOU CAN’T LOSE AN eSIM

 

Your eSIM is embedded inside your device, meaning that no one (no matter how clumsy) can lose it. It also saves you the hassle of fiddling around with putting in and taking out a secondary SIM card. 

 

REASON 2: IT’S EASY TO USE

 

With an eSIM, it’s a snap to switch networks, anytime you want. You could fly from one country to another, turn your phone back on after landing, and start calling and texting from it right away, without interruptions — just as if you were a local resident. 

 

REASON 3: IT FREES UP SPACE

 

Looking for more reasons why having an eSIM is more convenient than using an archaic (er, traditional) second SIM card? Well, since an eSIM is already a part of your phone, it frees up more space that can then be used in different ways — like for a more streamlined design, better battery life, or new phone features. 

 

Using an eSIM also protects your phone from damage and dust. Who knew, right? (We did, and now you do, too.)

 

NO REASON NOT TO USE AN eSIM

 

Most devices are already equipped with eSIM technology, so why not give it a whirl? When you’re booking your next trip, use an eSIM for a hassle-free experience that lets you talk and text just like a local. You’ll thank us later.

 

Want to learn more about eSIM technology? Check out aloSIM for local and regional eSIM plans.

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