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It is already possible to use two chips in the iPhones XS, XS Max and XR in Brazil

With the arrival of iOS 12.1, iPhones XS, XS Max and XR are now able to use their technology Dual SIM (support for two chips) in countries and with operators that already support connectivity with eSIM.

iPhone XS Max with Dual SIM in Brazil

In Brazil, the MacMagazine already found that all major operators are interested in supporting this, but for now not even Claro that already uses the same technology on the Apple Watch has this availability. Here's the leap of the cat: you can now use Dual SIM technology here! ?

The exploit is possible by the virtual operator Truphone, which already offers in the American App Store (you will know why you are not in Brazil) a homonymous app that allows users to choose an eSIM plan and activate it directly from the iPhone XS / XS Max / XR.

The process is very simple and fast, and there are three plans available: one 300MB for 6 euros (for daily use) and two others that last 30 days, one 1GB for 15 euros and the second 3GB for 42 euros. Payment can be made even via Apple Pay and immediate activation, leaving the user to determine what will be their standard line between the two.

Truphone offers cellular connectivity in more than 80 different countries, including Brazil, the United States, several countries in South America, almost all of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, etc. It is worth checking and testing.

My Truphone app icon

tip from Daniel Fonseca

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