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Thread: e-SIM support from Digicel or FLOW?

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    I asked about e-SIM yesterday and was told third quarter.
    https://www.mona.uwi.edu/msbm//5G

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    Which one of the carriers said the third quarter or was it both?

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    Flow. Digicel didn't comment.

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    Oh ok, well FLOW are an Apple authorised distributor so that makes sense.

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    thanx @5dB for the update. everytime I try to go to one of those talk shops I end up missing it. e-sims are probably easy to implement but I am sure it is going to be to their detriment in the long run. I mean these are the same companies that expire people's call credit so they are forced to go into their stores to keep making calls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    thanx @5dB for the update. everytime I try to go to one of those talk shops I end up missing it. e-sims are probably easy to implement but I am sure it is going to be to their detriment in the long run. I mean these are the same companies that expire people's call credit so they are forced to go into their stores to keep making calls.
    Well, to the point on e-SIMs... It may be a part of their online "storefront" project they're rolling out this year. Perhaps they'll be offering online activations of SIMs (which would be awesome).

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