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The following devices support eSIM:
To use an eSIM, your mobile device must be carrier-unlocked and eSIM-compatible. Read on the list below to see if your device supports eSIM. (Note that restrictions may apply to specific countries and carriers)*.
* Note: The following Apple devices DO NOT support eSIM:
* Only iPad devices with Wi-Fi + Cellular features are supported.
* For iPhone and iPad purchased in TURKEY:
* The following Samsung Galaxy devices DO NOT have eSIM capability:
* Only the Samsung Galaxy S23, Samsung Galaxy S23+, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 purchased in South Korea are eSIM compatible.
* Samsung Galaxy S21 series devices (with the exception of FE models) from Canada and the USA may have eSIM capability as long as the One UI 4 update is installed. Please contact your carrier or device manufacturer to confirm that your Samsung device is eSIM-capable.
* For Windows 10: Your PC needs to have Windows 10 version 1703 or later for you to use an eSIM. The deviGoogle Pixel 7
* The following Google Pixel devices DO NOT have eSIM capability:
*The following HUAWEI devices DO NOT have eSIM capability:
* eSIM support is only available in certain regions. Please contact your carrier or device manufacturer to confirm that your OnePlus device is eSIM-capable.
* The following OPPO devices DO NOT have eSIM capability:
WINDOWS 10*/ WINDOWS 11
* For Windows 10: Your PC needs to have Windows 10 version 1703 or later for you to use an eSIM. The device also needs to be LTE-ready.
* Surface: Any AT&T-locked devices will not support eSIM. If your device was purchased through another carrier, the carrier may have disabled the eSIM capability in Surface Duo. Please contact the carrier to confirm that eSIM is not disabled.