NordVPN, the team known for their VPN services, is introducing a global eSIM service named Saily. This innovative service offers eSIMs to users without being tied to a specific carrier, as long as their smartphones support this feature. Although the service is currently in beta, interested users can sign up for early access, with the official app launch scheduled for later this year.
Vykintas Maknickas, Head of Product Strategy at Nord Security, highlights that Saily aims to eliminate the need for users to rely on public Wi-Fi networks that may raise security concerns. The platform allows customers to select from a wide range of countries and various plans, providing flexibility and cost-effective options for mobile data.
Primarily catering to travelers and remote workers looking to reduce roaming charges, eSIM cards are a key feature of the Saily service. Nord Security acknowledges that some users also seek affordable data packages domestically after exhausting a prepaid plan.
Saily faces competition from Airalo, a service boasting over 5 million downloads on both Google Play and the App Store. Airalo offers virtual SIM cards for worldwide regions, featuring competitive pricing for data packages. Additionally, the convenience of not having to purchase a SIM card in a foreign country with a different language and currency is another benefit of these eSIM services.
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Source | Via