About two billion eSIM-based devices will ship globally by 2025, up from 364 million in 2018, the analyst company Counterpoint Research says, adding that most of these devices would have a hardware chip-based eSIM solution until 2025, after which there would be more integrated SIM-based solutions adopted.
The mobile operators trade body, GSM Association, has found that significant progress has been made by Chinese mobile vendors, operators and manufacturers in adopting remote SIM provisioning and eSIM technologies.
Telstra says it will allow consumers who have Windows 10-based devices with an eSIM to connect to its mobile network without any other hardware.
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