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Prepaid carrier Visible updated its app recently with two major features. First, it now supports eSIM, which can be used on iPhone Xs and later. But this appears to be an option only for new phone numbers. I contacted customer support yesterday to see if I could transfer my existing number to the eSIM but I wasn’t able to. Another new feature with this update: You can pay for your Visible plan with cash at over 12,000 Wells Fargo ATMs across the U.S., and you don’t need to be a Wells Fargo member to do this.
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iPhone 12 Dual SIM 5G using a physical SIM card and eSIM will arrive later this year in a software update.
Google watchers have noticed that Google Fi customers can use the iPhone’s eSIM, although Google says this feature is in the process of rolling out.
A modern Apple device is required — XR, XS, XS Max, and 11 series, while this simplified iOS eSIM activation is currently only available to “new users who sign up for Google Fi.” The just-announced iPhone SE should also support eSIM, according to tech specs for the device.
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