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FREE e-sim + 1 Hour Free Data Service for Cricket In Trinidad and Tobago.

Get a Free eSIM + 1 Hour Free Data Service for (ICC) cricket in Trinidad and Tobago!

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Discover the future of connectivity with eSIM technology. Say goodbye to physical SIM cards and hello to seamless, instant activation on compatible devices. With eSIM, stay connected wherever you go, unlocking a world of possibilities in mobile communication.

Check out our Tourist eSIM Plans.

Get a FREE Tourist eSIM when you purchase a Tourist Bundle. Select a Tourist Bundle below, register and get your eSIM emailed to you instantly.

D' 3 Day Tourist Bundle

TT125 VAT Incl.

US20 VAT Incl.

Plan Features

Any-Use Data

30GB

Anywhere Mins

100

Digicel to Digicel Calls

FREE

Local SMS

FREE

D' 14 Day Tourist Bundle

TT250 VAT Incl.

US40 VAT Incl.

Plan Features

Any-Use Data

42GB

Anywhere Mins

200

Digicel to Digicel Calls

FREE

Local SMS

FREE

D' 30 Day My Tourist Bundle

TT365 VAT Incl.

US55 VAT Incl.

Plan Features

Any-Use Data

25GB

Anywhere Mins

300

Digicel to Digicel Calls

FREE

Local SMS

FREE

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An eSIM also known as an embedded or electronic SIM, is a SIM that is built into your mobile device and cannot be physically removed. There is no physical SIM card that you need to insert.

A SIM card is a physical chip card you slot into your phone normally in a tray that pops out from the side. A SIM usually has 3 sizes: Mini-SIM, Micro-SIM and Nano-SIM. A SIM card's most significant benefit is its portability. You can switch between devices in seconds, and you will not have to contact your carrier.

An eSIM is an embedded SIM card fitted into the phone's motherboard. It runs on the same networks as standard SIM cards, so there is not much difference in how they work outside the initial set-up and transferring of your number and plan.

An eSIM performs the same function as a physical SIM card but removes the requirement to physically swap SIMs when switching between network providers.

 i.    eSIMs are hardwired to your device while physical SIM Cards are removable.

 ii.   There are limited physical SIM card slots in a device; eSIMs allow customers to have multiple mobile numbers on one device.

Yes. Many smartphones now allow an eSIM to be used for your mobile data, adding to their convenience factor when traveling to foreign countries. You can retain your phone number for regular communication.