The latest evolution in SIM technology, embedded SIM (eSIM) isn’t just another incremental upgrade. It comes with wide-reaching opportunities for MNOs and MVNOs to reposition themselves as modern, agile operators, and opens many avenues to new revenue streams and improved competitiveness.
Advantages of the technology include savings in aftersales service costs, ease of customer acquisition and improved consumer experiences through a range of factors including digital onboarding. It also enables a number of new use cases.
This whitepaper explores the eSIM ecosystem as it stands today, its rapid growth trajectory, challenges to deployment and gives a detailed account of some of the key revenue drivers linked to adoption of the latest SIM technology.
Please, click here to download the whitepaper.
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