9mobile Launches eSIM, Get Free 7GB Data When You Activate it

Just like MTN, 9mobile has launched eSIM in Nigeria also known as embedded SIM. This is coming few weeks after MTN Nigeria officially launches eSIM services.

eSIM replaces the traditional physical plastic SIM card for compatible devices and brings a whole new spectrum of benefits and possibilities.

9mobile eSIM technology

Benefits of 9mobile eSIM

  • e-SIMs allow you to have more than one phone number associated with your smart device. They are particularly useful for people who want to manage personal and business lines.
  • The possibility of losing or damaging your SIM is reduced because it is built into your device.
  • You no longer have to deal with cutting SIM cards or finding adapters.
  • It is extremely convenient for frequent travelers, making it easier to switch between network operators.

How to Get 9mobile eSIM

Subscribers should walk into any of our select 9mobile Experience Centres to request an eSIM activation. A QR code will be provided to scan and download an eSIM profile and perform the usual SIM registration.

Get Free 7GB When You Activate 9mobile eSIM

Customers that activate 9mobile’s eSIM service will enjoy up to 7GB data-free while those who want to change to an eSIM will only do a SIM swap at the select Experience Centre. Those who purchase a new phone and want to swap back to regular SIM have no problems as they will get a physical SIM card at the 9mobile Experience Centre.

Compatible Devices with 9mobile eSIM

BrandCompatible Phones 
GooglePixel 3, 3 XL 
Pixel 4, 4 XL 
AppleiPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max 
iPhone XS, XS Max 
iPhone XR 
SamsungSamsung S20 Series

Let us know in the comment if you are already using eSIM technology.

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3 thoughts on “9mobile Launches eSIM, Get Free 7GB Data When You Activate it”

    • During the days of multilink… There is nothing new in technology we’re only working on the existing ones and going back in time

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  1. So they want us to start thinking of buying an iphone abi? I said it this people have lost senses of reasoning I swear instead of them to work on expanding there 4G services they are here talking about eSim ko eSim ni😤

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