An eSIM is an embedded SIM inside your device. With eSIM, there's no physical SIM card that you need to insert.
Like a traditional SIM card, the eSIM stores data that is needed for your device to connect to and use the Verizon network.
When activating an unlocked device on the Verizon network some services may not work once you’ve switched.
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eSIM FAQs – Two numbers on one phone
Learn about eSIM-only and Dual SIM with esIM devices, which devices have them and how to activate an eSIM device.
Dual SIM with eSIM devices
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