TIM is the third national carrier to support eSIM on iPhones

TIM is the third national carrier to support eSIM on iPhones

It has been almost a year since the latest iPhones were released, but here we are: finally, the three largest carriers in Brazil support the Yes it is of smartphones from Ma.

THE sure started the movement in March last while the Alive joined her a few days later. Now, months later, the TIM announced support for the "digital chip" of the XS iPhones, XS Max and XR effectively enabling owners of these devices to enjoy the technology Dual sim in them, with a physical chip and a virtual one.

For those who do not understand the story very well, I explain: eSIM is a relatively new technology that dispenses with the physical chip to put your mobile phone on a particular carrier's network and link it to your contracted plan. Instead of opening the tray and inserting a traditional SIM card, all you have to do is read a QR code offered by your carrier and activate your plan on iOS, all done by accessing Cellular Settings Add Cellular Plan.

TIM eSIM Activation

According to TIM, all its plans are compatible with eSIM; You only need to go to one of the carrier's 130 own stores and request the news, either on an existing plan or by signing a new contract. The company specifically cites XS, XS Max and XR iPhones as compatible, but claims that any technology-enabled handset can take advantage of its digital chips.

If you have a device that supports eSIM, like the aforementioned iPhones, the change to the new technology will have some benefits: in addition to freeing up space for you to insert a secondary chip in your device, the much safer eSIM with It is a continuous encrypted authentication that prevents the cloning of its number. Also, if your device gets stolen, there is no way for bad guys to pull the chip out by disconnecting it from the network which gives you more time to locate the device and erase it remotely.

Who will test (or is already testing) the news, be sure to tell your experience below.

via Tecnoblog