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Africell launches 'eSIM' in the country. Service allows you to locate mobile phones in case of loss or theft

Africell has launched a virtual chip that allows you to locate cell phones that have been lost or stolen. In addition to this functionality, this service also allows citizens to have several operators on a single device.


The announcement was made this week by the operator who, through its Facebook page, announced the arrival of this service called 'eSIM': "Africell's eSIM has arrived".

In the brief publication, the company clarifies that the 'eSIM' "allows you to use multiple carriers on a single device without needing a physical chip, valid anywhere in the world".

The operator has two monthly packages available for this service: the 'eSIM 30GB' and the 'eSIM 50 GB'. The first costs 19,800 kwanzas while the second costs 30,000 kwanzas.

According to Africell, the packages "are valid from the moment of subscription".

According to Angop, in essence, the 'eSIM' refers to a virtual chip that is placed on the cell phone's motherboard. This virtual card makes it impossible to interrupt the data connection, unlike the physical card that can be removed at any time.

Those interested in subscribing to this service must first make sure that their device can support this type of service and, later, go to an operator's store accompanied by an identification document, such as the Identity Card, letter of driving license or passport, says the company, cited by Angop.

You can check the packages here.


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