How You Can Get an eSIM From Reliance Jio, Airtel, and Vi - Here's full information

As the world moves towards newer technologies and everything is changing digital, the portable SIM card space is running out.

physical  SIM cards will be replaced by the new eSIM (Embedded Subscriber Identity Module). For those who don't know, we give information about eSIM.

How You Can Get an eSIM From Jio, Airtel, and Vi

eSIMs can be downloaded directly to the smartphone so there's no need for additional physical SIM card space in the device. Operators such as Jio, Vi (Vodafone Idea), and Airtel allow users to purchase eSIMs from them. If you want to know what is a eSIM and how to get it, then keep reading full article.

What is a eSIM?

An eSIM stands for “Embedded Subscriber Identity Module” that is embedded inside your device. It is a digital SIM that allows you to use a postpaid number without using a physical SIM Card.

The postpaid SIM profile will get automatically downloaded/installed on the eSIM upon completion of requisite processes.

Merits and Demerits of eSIM

Before you learn how to get eSIM from any of the above-mentioned operators, let's take a look at eSIMs' pros and cons. To begin with, it is good for anyone who travels extensively around the world. In the event that you travel to another country, you can purchase eSIM directly and it will be sent to you digitally in a second.

But with a traditional card, you will have to go to the store, stand in line, and wait a while before the SIM card services are activated.

Another advantage is that it does not require additional physical space on your device. In line with this, there is no risk of losing eSIM as there is a greater risk of losing nano-SIM while removing it from the device.

When it comes to downsizing eSIMs, it’s expensive. In addition, there are only a limited number of devices with which to operate. Then there are bugs and problems with the operating system (OS).

How to Get eSIM From Jio, Airtel, and Vi?

Starting with Vi, users can only get eSIM from telco when they sign up for a postpaid program. Only paid back users can convert their SIM card into eSIM. From now on, Vi provides eSIM services only to users living in Mumbai, Gujarat, Delhi, Maharastra and Goa. Accordingly, the user must have a device that supports eSIM technology.

To get the new eSIM, the user just needs to go to the Vi store, show proof of ownership and the appropriate device, and complete KYC requirements. In accordance with the above rules, the user will be provided with eSIM from Vi.

To get eSIM from Jio, users can visit their nearest Jio Store, Jio Retailer or Reliance Digital with the required documentation (photos and proof of identity). Once the user completes all the required steps, he will be able to get a new eSIM from Jio.

For Airtel users, starting with the process of converting a SIM card into eSIM, send an SMS to 121 texting the id 'registered SIM (Space) email. You will receive an SMS from 121 asking to confirm the process. Just tap on '1 'within 60 seconds.

After that you will also have to give your guarantee to Airtel by voice call. After giving your consent by phone, you will receive a QR code in your registered email ID.

As soon as you receive the QR code, scan it. ESIM will take approximately two hours to activate. Until now, your SIM card will work.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is an eSIM?

Answer: It is an embedded SIM in your communication device that allows you to activate your prepaid/postpaid subscription service on the device without using a physical SIM on eSIM enabled devices. The users can digitally download SIM profile remotely, on an eSIM enabled Devices.

How can I get a new eSIM?

Answer: You can visit your nearest Retailer Store with your Proof of Identity & Photograph to get a new eSIM connection. To locate your nearest visit Official website of service provider.

How many eSIM profiles can I have in the same device?

Answer : You can have multiple eSIM profiles in a device, but it’s advisable to have maximum 3 eSIM profiles in one device. However, only 1 eSIM profile will be active at any given time.

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