Since the SIM card’s conception, there’s not been a great deal of evolution in this area. The removable SIM gave our phones and devices connectivity and, while handset design and performance has been perfected, these small plastic chips have shrunk, certainly, but remained present.
The eSIM fulfils the same function as the regular removable SIM—and then some. It’s a re-writable chip, built directly onto a device itself, and it allows a phone’s components to be entirely self-contained.
Is it the next big thing in connected technology? Yes and in this video link below, we explain why.