eSIM is becoming increasingly popular, due to this more and more network carriers are supporting eSIM.
What is the difference in SUPPORTING eSIM and ISSUNG eSIM?
What is important is to understand the difference in carriers SUPPORTING eSIM and carriers being able to ISSUE their own ESIM. Another important aspect is to understand that some eSIM compatible devices models can only work with specific carriers (like Motorola RAZR with Verizon) or locked to specific carriers, or only work in specific countries with specific carriers (like Apple Watch with lots of restrictions).
Can I connect with my eSIM to other carriers around the world?
Even more important is to understand, if you have eSIM from the carrier, who is supporting international roaming, you will have no issue connecting to friendly network carriers with this eSIM in other countries, even if those carriers "do not support eSIM" meaning they do not issue their own eSIM, but you can connect with eSIM to their network (as eSIM functions same as plastic sim in terms of mobile connectivity and protocols).
According to Apple, there are already many carriers that support eSIM around the world, more than 100 carriers in over 50 countries. In the United States, there are only five: AT&T, T-Mobile USA, Truphone, Ubigi, and Verizon Wireless.
Can I have international roaming eSIM which works worldwide?
If you are looking for International Roaming eSIM which will work with your eSIM compatible device and connect you to over 500 network carriers in over 50 countries, you can try prepaid pay as you go eSIM from Mobilitypass. Please check the list of available network carriers in each country with applicable rates for voice data and text here www.mobilitypass.com
All you need is unlocked eSIM compatible device (please see list of compatible devices here - Smartphones, Smartwatches, Tablets) and QR code, which you get after purchasing eSIM from MobilityPass. You also have the flexibility of either having default UK or US phone number attached, or order other country number for additional charge.
When looking at compatibility of your device, pay special attention to potential GEO restrictions, especially for smartwatches and eSIM only devices.