Posted by: Chris Barylick
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018, 03:52
Category: iPhone, News, Software, Wireless
If you're looking for eSIM, you may find GigSky what you want.
GigSky, a company offering cellular pay-in-data data in more than 190 countries worldwide, has announced that it now supports the eSIM in the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.
The company's plans are available on Apple's new devices through the latest version of the GigSky World Mobile Data Data app, which was updated on Tuesday.
Users can add GigSky's data plan by downloading the app to iPhone XR, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max handheld that runs iOS 12.1 or later. GigSky says that data and built-in connectivity will operate the eSIM with a single cell data plan without any need to acquire a GigSky physical SIM card.
Plans vary from 300MB to 5GB, and can span one day to 30 days. Prices in selected regions in North America, Europe, Pacific Ocean, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean start at $ 10 for 300MB of data. For other countries that have not been included in these regional plans, prices and data caps vary.
Apple has implemented eSIM support in a recent iOS update 12.1, but there are no U.S. carriers. is currently supporting it. Verizon, AT & T, and T-Mobile are working to provide support later this year.
The eSIM function is currently supported by various international carriers, and a list of it is available to link below.
Keep the additional details as they become available.
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