The new innovation to the sim card technology (subscriber identity modules) is the introduction of e-SIM (embedded sim). The e-SIM is designed for comfort, flexibility and unprecedented freedom. With the introduction of e-SIM you do not need to physically insert a sim card into your phone or any of your devices because the sim card is already built into your phone or device and it is also wearable. All you have to do is activate the e-SIM with your account profile and you are able to enjoy all the services you
A mobile network provider announced it will be testing the new E-sim technology in Nigeria few hours ago and lots of people have been wondering what an E-sim is or what it looks like. The full meaning of E-sim is Embedded Sim and like the name implies it does not require buying sim card from vendors or removing one sim for another. With this new technology the era of vendors hawking sim cards in our faces will be a thing of the past in the next three (3) to four (4) years. The new E-sim technology which is also
FG Approves e-SIM trial for MTN MTN Nigeria Plc (MTN) has introduced the trial of e-SIM services on its network based on approvals obtained from the Federal authorities. The trial which kicked-off on Wednesday will run for 365 days and is open on a first come first served basis to a restricted number of subscribers who personal compactible gadgets, a assertion from MTN said. Chief operating Officer, MTN Nigeria, Mazen Mroue stated the enterprise become eager to get through the trial system so that the technology
Do You Know, Our Regular Sim Card Will Become History Very Soon? Check Out The Embedded Sim (E-sim).
If I was told, that our Physical Sim Card will be automatically be changed to invisible or "embedded" Sim in the future, i will say it's a lie. But there is no lie of the truth, when the bible say that knowledge shall truly be increased in this last day, in the book (Dan12:4). What Is E-sim: E-sim is a fixed Sim of 5×5mm chip, fixed in a smart phone. Tablet, smart watch, or other gadgets, it is soldered into the mother board during production and saves the Sim card data. E-sim can perfectly work without physical
The everywhere you go network MTN has started the trial of the MTN esim after being given the go ahead by the NCC (Nigerian communication commission.The telcom has said that the introduction of the MTN esim wilbring about an emergence in digital transformation,foster communication and improve customers experience.The 8 main things you need to know is that 1 The trial has began since Wednesday and is expected to run for a year. 2 Designed to deliver and offer new levels freedom and flexibility during use. 3 Extremely
Technology at its peak; Do you know the latest type of sim card that can't be seen physically? The rate at which technology advances each day is quite alarming. We have different types of sim cards e.g Mini, Micro, and Nano sims. I am sure we know that the latest phones that are launched are compatible with nano sim. Recently, it was announced that the latest invention of the sim(subscriber identity modules) which is E-sim would soon be launched. The E-sim(embedded sim) is a type of sim that can't be seen.
NCC approves e-sim trial for MTN, 9mobile. The Nigerian communication commission has granted approval for two mobile operators(MNOs), MTN Nigeria and 9mobile to carry out trial on the workability of embedded subscriber identification modules(e-sim) service in nigeria. The trial approved to run for a period of one year, it also involve testing 5,000 e-SIMs by the two network, subject to compliance with a number of regulatory conditions. These conditions include full compliance by the MNOs with the registration
Now we have E-sim, MTN has brought esim to the market, many of you might be asking yourself what's an esim, an esim is not a physical sim like the ones we have above, it's a micro chip already embedded in some smartphones which allows you to have multiple networks, now you'll be able to have four networks on your phone, MTN, Airtel, Glo and 9Mobile, no need for you to be having 4 Sims that you'll have to exchange into your phones to make use of it. Esims are available on smartphones like the iphone X to the
Telecommunications giant, MTN Nigeria (MTN) has begun the testing of electronic Subscriber Identity Models (e-SIM) on its network. MTN’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Mazen Mroue, who said that the exercise was approved by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), noted said that the e-SIMs would be in-built in smartphones, devices and wearables and they would support multiple profiles, while allowing customers to connect multiple numbers to their e-SIM devices. He said, “With the introduction of the