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eSIM is an embedded SIM in your smartphone that allows you to activate your prepaid or postpaid subscription service on the device even without using a physical SIM on eSIM enabled devices.

By using this kind of SIM, users get several advantages. One of which is they don’t have to worry about losing their SIM card as unlike the physical one, the eSIM is already available on your device via electronic medium.

To enable or insert eSIM on your device, first of all, you have to make sure that your carrier offers this functionality. And your smartphone should also be capable of using eSIM. As of now, the eSIM is gradually becoming popular so there are already some devices that offer this functionality.

Talking about Samsung, there are not all Galaxy phones that support the eSIM function as it is currently available on only select Galaxy flagships such as Galaxy S21, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip, and Galaxy Fold.

In this article, you can check with your carrier if your mobile network plan supports eSIM. It is worth mentioning that the availability of the eSIM may vary depending on country and carrier. Below, you can check the list of countries and carriers with eSIM support on the above-mentioned Galaxy smartphone.

Note: Use of eSIM on Galaxy smartphones which is purchased in some countries may be disabled.

Mobile carriers that support eSIM on your Galaxy smartphones

  • Galaxy S20 Series

Australia: Optus, Telstra, Vodafone
Austria: 3, A1, Magenta Telekom
Bahrain: Batelco, stc, Zain
Brazil: Claro, TIM, Vivo
Bulgaria: A1
Cambodia: Cellcard, Metfone, Smart Axiata
Chile: Movistar
Croatia: Hrvatski Telekom
Czech Republic: T-Mobile, Vodafone
Denmark: 3
Ecuador: Movistar
Estonia: Elisa, Telia
Finland: DNA, Elisa, Telia
France: Orange, SFR
Georgia: MagtiCom
Germany: 1&1, O2, Telekom, Vodafone
Hungary: Magyar Telekom
Italy: TIM
Kuwait: Ooredoo, stc, Zain
Laos: Laos Telecom, Unitel
Latvia: LMT
Malaysia: Maxis
Myanmar: Mytel
Netherlands: T-Mobile
New Zealand: Spark
Norway: ICE, Telenor, Telia
Oman: Omantel, Ooredoo
Philippines: Globe
Poland: Orange
Portugal: MEO
Qatar: Ooredoo, Vodafone
Romania: Orange
Russia: Tele2
Singapore: M1
Slovakia: Orange
Slovenia: Telekom Slovenije
Spain: Movistar, Orange, Vodafone
Sri Lanka: Dialog
Sweden: 3, Tele2, Telenor, Telia
Switzerland: Salt, Sunrise, Swisscom
Thailand: AIS, dtac, TrueMove H
Ukraine: Lifecell
United Arab Emirates: du, Etisalat
United Kingdom: EE
Vietnam: MobiFone, Viettel, Vinaphone

  • Galaxy Z Flip

Australia: Optus, Telstra, Vodafone
Austria: 3, A1, Magenta Telekom
Bahrain: Batelco, stc, Zain
Brazil: Claro, TIM, Vivo
Bulgaria: A1
Cambodia: Cellcard, Metfone, Smart Axiata
Chile: Movistar
Croatia: Hrvatski Telekom
Czech Republic: T-Mobile, Vodafone
Denmark: 3
Estonia: Elisa, Telia
Finland: DNA, Elisa, Telia
France: Orange, SFR
Georgia: MagtiCom
Germany: 1&1, O2, Vodafone
Greece: Cosmote
Hungary: Magyar Telekom
India: Airtel, Jio
Italy: TIM
Kazakhstan: Kcell
Kuwait: Ooredoo, stc, Zain
Laos: Unitel
Latvia: LMT
Malaysia: Maxis
Myanmar: Mytel
Netherlands: T-Mobile
New Zealand: Spark
Norway: ICE, Telenor, Telia
Oman: Omantel, Ooredoo
Philippines: Globe
Poland: Orange
Portugal: MEO
Qatar: Ooredoo, Vodafone
Romania: Orange
Russia: Tele2
Singapore: M1
Slovenia: Telekom Slovenije
Spain: Movistar, Orange, Vodafone
Sri Lanka: Dialog
Sweden: 3, Tele2, Telenor, Telia
Switzerland: Salt, Sunrise, Swisscom
Taiwan: Asia Pacific Telecom, Chunghwa Telecom, Far EasTone Telecommunications, Taiwan Mobile, Taiwan Star Telecom
Thailand: AIS, dtac, TrueMove H
Ukraine: Lifecell
United Arab Emirates: du, Etisalat
United Kingdom: EE
Vietnam: MobiFone, Viettel, Vinaphone

  • Galaxy Fold

Australia: Optus, Telstra, Vodafone
Finland: Telia
France: Orange
Italy: TIM
Malaysia: Maxis
Singapore: M1
Spain: Movistar, Orange
Thailand: AIS
United Arab Emirates: Etisalat

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James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Match the wallpaper to your theme

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