Econet eSIM: How to get it and install it

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe launched its eSIM service in September 2022, becoming the first mobile network operator in the country to do so. eSIM is a digital SIM card that is embedded in your smartphone or other device. It allows you to activate a mobile service plan without having to use a physical SIM card.

How to get an Econet eSIM

To get an Econet eSIM, you can visit any Econet shop. You will need to provide your original personal identification document (ID) and your Econet phone number. The eSIM is free, but you will need to pay for a mobile service plan.

How to install an Econet eSIM

To install an Econet eSIM, your device must be compatible. You can check if your device is compatible on the Econet website.

Once you have confirmed that your device is compatible, follow these steps to install your eSIM:

1. Go to your device’s Settings app.
2. Tap on Cellular.
3. Tap on Add Cellular Plan.
4. Tap on Scan QR Code.
5. Scan the QR code that you received from Econet.
6. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.

Once your eSIM is installed, you will be able to activate your mobile service plan and start using your device.

Devices that support Econet eSIM

The following devices support Econet eSIM:

  • iPhone XS or later
  • Google Pixel 3 or later
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 or later
  • Motorola Razr 5G
  • Huawei P40 Pro
  • Sony Xperia 1 III
  • OnePlus 8 Pro

Benefits of using an eSIM

There are several benefits to using an eSIM, including:

Convenience: You don’t need to carry around a physical SIM card.
Flexibility: You can easily switch between mobile service plans without having to change SIM cards.
Security: eSIMs are more secure than physical SIM cards, as they cannot be lost or stolen.
Environmental benefits: eSIMs are more environmentally friendly than physical SIM cards, as they do not produce any plastic waste.If you are looking for a convenient and flexible way to use your mobile device, then an eSIM is a great option.

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