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Introducing the New “Convert to eSIM” Option on Android Phones: Simplifying the Transition to Digital SIM Cards

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In the latest version of the Android 14 Settings application, Pixel phone owners can now notice a new option called “Convert to eSIM” under the “Network and Internet” section. This new feature allows users to transfer their data to an […]

Nova opcija „Convert to eSIM“ na Android telefonima olakšava prelazak na digitalnu SIM karticu

In the latest version of the Android 14 Settings application, Pixel phone owners can now notice a new option called “Convert to eSIM” under the “Network and Internet” section. This new feature allows users to transfer their data to an eSIM card without the need to replace their physical SIM card.

As we already know, traditional physical SIM cards are gradually being replaced by eSIM cards, and brands like Apple and Google have already embraced this technology in their phones. While SIM card conversion to eSIM has been possible on iPhone models, this functionality has not been previously available on Android devices.

Currently, most users do not require the conversion to eSIM as the majority of Android phones still have a slot for a physical SIM card. However, considering the trend in which phone manufacturers, including Apple, are ceasing to provide devices with SIM trays, there may come a time when users will have to use an eSIM card to switch to their next Android device.

The built-in “Convert to eSIM” option in the phone’s software would empower users to perform the conversion themselves, instead of relying on the phone manufacturer or mobile network provider. It is important to note that using an eSIM will require an activation process each time a card is replaced, which may be inconvenient for users who frequently switch SIM cards between devices.

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