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Spusu adds support for eSIM

Spusu is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that operates in Austria. An eSIM, or embedded SIM, is a digital SIM card that is embedded in a mobile device and can be activated remotely without the need for a physical SIM card. For example, Spusu offers the new plan ‘Spusu legendary’ in combination with the electronic SIM card. spusu esim

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The tariff includes 500 minutes, 500 texts, and 15 GB of internet data for EUR 9.99 monthly. Existing customers can also switch to eSIMs. However, only a certain number of phones support the technology.

Supported devices spusu esim

You can currently use the eSIM with the following devices:

Apple iPhone XS, Apple iPhone XS Max, and Apple iPhone XR
Apple iPad Air (3rd Gen), Apple iPad mini (5th Gen)
Apple iPad Pro 11, Apple iPad Pro 12 , 9 (5th Gen)
Samsung Galaxy Watch
Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3 XL

Not supported are Apple Watch Series 4 and Apple Watch Series 3.

Spusu has around 250,000 customers.

To activate Spusu eSIM, customers can follow these steps:

  1. Check that their device is eSIM-enabled and that it is compatible with Spusu’s eSIM service.
  2. Download the Spusu app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
  3. Follow the in-app instructions to purchase and activate the eSIM service.
  4. Once the eSIM is activated, customers can start using Spusu’s mobile services on their devices.

One of the benefits of using an eSIM is that it eliminates the need for a physical SIM card, which can be useful for customers who frequently switch between different mobile devices. It can also be convenient for travelers, as it allows them to easily switch between local mobile networks while abroad without the need for a physical SIM card.

However, it’s important to note that not all devices support eSIM, and some mobile operators may not offer eSIM support for their services. Customers should check with their device manufacturer and mobile operator to confirm if eSIM is supported and if there are any specific requirements or limitations for using eSIM with their service.

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