What’s next for eSIM technology?

eSIM technology has proven to be one of the biggest breakthroughs in connectivity and is now a $700 million global market. Current devices are from the likes of Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Microsoft and others.

By the end of 2019, the number of eSIM-enabled devices surpassed 280 million, and with the count steadily increasing, it only makes sense for operators to support eSIM technology

 Some device manufacturers have started to phase out traditional SIM cards altogether as they realise the high profit margins – Motorola launched the Razr, the first-ever smartphone which doesn’t feature a SIM tray at all.

eSIM adoption is currently more progressive rather than revolutionary. But with the increasing number of devices, eSIM is set to become the defacto SIM for phones and IoT devices.

Learn more about eSIM and remote SIM provisioning from a GSMA certified full eSIM solution provider, Workz Group.
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