Ubigi now offers its eSIM services on iPhone and iPad

Abhay Ram
By Abhay Ram  - News Editor
Ubigi now offers its eSIM services on iPhone and iPad

The global cellular connectivity provider Ubigi has begun offering its eSIM services on select iPhones and iPads. The network provider has now launched its app on iOS App Store which will get users up and running with their eSIM in a few minutes.

Users with eSIM supported iPhones and iPads can download the Ubigi app to apply for an eSIM and have it activated in a matter of seconds. The network provider does not charge any fee for the process of activating an eSIM.

Ubigi now offers its eSIM services on iPhone and iPad

The app is pretty simple to use, after a few pages following the welcome screen, users will be able to pick their network plans according to their needs and have their eSIM ready in a few minutes.

According to VanillaPlus, Ubigi’s eSIM will be able to choose the best and strong network “even in the most remote areas.” According to the report, Ubigi’s service are available in 160 countries across the globe but the fact that its plans in different regions will be offered at local cost is the most interesting point to be noted.

Also, Ubigi is readily offering data only plans for those users that never make or receive phone calls or do not rely on the SMS service. Apple iPhone users who have iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS, and the iPhone XR get started on using Ubigi’s eSIM card service right now.

Following is a list of all iPhone models that support Ubigi’s eSIM service using the company’s iOS app-

iPhone 11

iPhone 11 Pro

iPhone 11 Pro Max

iPhone SE (2020)

iPhone XS

iPhone XS Max

iPhone XR

Following is a list of iPads that support Ubigi’s eSIM data plans-

iPad Pro 12.9” (3rd gen and later)

iPad Pro 11”

iPad Air (3rd gen)

iPad (7th gen)

iPad mini (5th gen)

By Abhay Ram News Editor
Abhay Ram is a News Editor at iLounge. He has been writing about the Apple ecosystem and accessories since 2010. Abhay's work has been featured in various publications. When he's not writing about all things Apple, you can find him playing video games or enjoying a good cup of coffee.