What is an eSIM?
An eSIM serves the same purpose as a traditional, physical SIM card.
Why is an eSIM better than a SIM card?
What are the cons of eSIMs?
Not all cellphones and other devices support eSIMs. Most notably, many older or budget smartphones don't have eSIM capabilities. Certain specialised devices like some GPS and fitness trackers don't have eSIM functionality. The local network operator must also support eSIM technology for you to use it. (More in a moment on where you can expect eSIMs to work.) eSIM packages are more expensive than physical SIM cards. At least for now. (Yet they remain far cheaper than roaming rates.)
How do I get an eSIM?
The best eSIM providers