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Stay connected in 200+ countries and regions. Install an eSIM and get online in minutes. No roaming fees — just easy, affordable, global connectivity.

Stay connected wherever you travel. With an Airalo eSIM (digital SIM), you can connect to the internet in 200+ countries and regions worldwide and save up to 10x on roaming fees.

What is an eSIM?
An eSIM is an embedded SIM card. It's built into your phone's hardware and serves the same function as a physical SIM. But it works 100% digitally.

Instead of dealing with a physical SIM card, you can purchase an eSIM, install it on your device, and instantly connect to a mobile network at your destination. No physical SIM cards, spotty Wi-Fi, or surprise roaming fees — just easy, affordable, flexible connectivity.

What is an Airalo eSIM plan?
An Airalo eSIM plan gives you access to mobile data, call, and text services. You can choose a prepaid local, regional, or global eSIM plan to get online in 200+ countries and regions worldwide. Simply download an eSIM, install it on your device, and connect to a mobile network when you arrive at your destination!

How does it work?
1. Install the Airalo app.
2. Purchase an eSIM plan. Airalo has eSIMs for 200+ countries and regions.
3. Install the eSIM. This only takes a few minutes to complete.
4. Connect to a local network. Turn on your eSIM and connect to the internet when you arrive.
It's that easy!

Available for 200+ countries and regions, including:
• United States
• United Kingdom
• Turkey
• Italy
• France
• Spain
• Japan
• Germany
• Canada
• Thailand
• Portugal
• Morocco
• Colombia
• India
• South Africa
• Ireland
• Mexico
• Egypt
• Dominican Republic
• Chile

Why Airalo?
• Stay connected in 200+ countries and regions.
• Install and activate an eSIM in minutes.
• Affordable eSIM plans with no hidden fees.
• Choose from local, regional, and global eSIMs.
• Call, text, and access data with a Discover+ global eSIM.
• Track and top up data on the go.
• Earn cashback rewards with every eSIM purchase.
• In a jam? Our support team is available 24/7.

Why travelers love eSIMs:
• Easy, affordable, instant connectivity.
• 100% digital. No need to fuss with physical SIM cards or Wi-Fi devices.
• No hidden fees or surprise roaming charges.
• Store multiple eSIMs on a single device.
• Add and switch eSIM plans on the go.
• Keep your existing number for 2FA authentications.
• Stay connected wherever you travel.

What does an Airalo eSIM plan come with?
• An Airalo package comes with data (e.g., 1GB, 3GB, 5GB, etc.) valid for a specified time period (e.g., 7 days, 15 days, 30 days, etc.). If you run out of data or your validity period expires, you can top up your eSIM or download a new one right from the Airalo app.

How much does it cost?
• eSIMs from Airalo start from US$4.50 for 1GB of data.

Does an eSIM come with a number?
• Some eSIMs, including our Global Discover+ eSIM, come with a phone number so you can call, text, and access data. Check your eSIM's description for details.

What devices are ready?
• You can find a regularly updated list of eSIM-compatible devices at this link:

Who is Airalo best for?
• Anyone who travels, whether it's for business or vacation.
• Digital nomads who need to stay connected to work while abroad.
• Crew members (e.g., seafarers, flight attendants, etc.) who need to stay connected while they travel.

Can I use my SIM card at the same time?
You sure can. Most devices allow you to use multiple SIMs and/or eSIMs simultaneously. You can keep your primary line active to receive text messages, calls, and 2FA authentication (but remember, they'll be subject to roaming fees).

Happy travels!

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What’s New

Version 1.37.0

Say “Alo” to our new update! The Airalo team is always working hard to make your experience even better. Here’s what’s new:

- We’ve added 31 new languages for a total of 53 supported languages.
- We’ve squashed bugs and made UI/UX improvements to enhance your experience.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact us at

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
29.2K Ratings

29.2K Ratings

fred83838 ,

It’s great to be connected!

I bought a new iPhone SE last fall and my physical sim from my old phone was fighting with an eSIM that I must have downloaded from my carrier so I had no phone service. I went to my service provider to find out what was wrong and they reinstalled the eSIM and told me to wait 24 hours for it to become active. 24 hours later there was no change. I ended up removing my SIM card and I now had a phone that worked.
That got me interested in eSIMs since I saw ads about using them in other countries. I had a trip to Australia and New Zealand coming up but still wasn’t sure they would work. None of my traveling friends used them.
After being in Australia for 5 days living on public WiFi and trying to do Geocaching Adventure Labs I decided $14 wasn’t too much to lose so when I got to New Zealand I signed up and downloaded my first eSIM. It installed right away and after turning a few things on or off I was ready to go. When we got back to Australia for a few days I bought the Australian eSIM which I should have done right away.
I was traveling with 4 other people and became the go between since I was the only one connected. I told them next time we take a trip we will all have an eSIm.
I have a trip to Switzerland coming up and my husband will be getting a new iPhone so he can have an eSIM too and be connected.

JerseyFirst ,

My First Try- It worked Instantly

I tested this with an unlocked I phone 12 pro max ( I bought second hand inUSA) on Groupon. I really wanted to see how it worked in prep for an upcoming trip to Europe. I bought a USA 7 day 1 GB e- sim to use in the USA for 7 days. I was using my home internet connection. You need a secure connection to get the E sim from Airolo.
The tricky part but they flashed the instructions was to assign this E/ Sim to the second spot and turn off The Primary Cellular Data spot. I guess it can’t get two internet signals at the Same time?
My primary physical sim had an Orange SIM card in place ( expired) from a former trip that had no data on it but must have still been active. I turned it off. I am picking up T- Mobile 5 G in my local area on the -E-sim from Airolo. My future plan is to purchase another E- Sim from them when I travel to Europe in several months. I think I will purchase it in advance but activate it when I reach my destination because you need an internet connection or I guess you can use any free wifi at airport arrival to activate it. May even consider on plane internet ( purchase on flight) to activate it on route. This is Data only. No voice phone calls.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Thank you for your great feedback! We will keep making you happy by providing world-class connectivity! We are glad to hear that you are enjoying our eSIM services Thank you for choosing us, and we hope you had a great time during your travel!

Ria.DJ ,

Useful with some quirks

Update: Airalo has gotten back to me with some suggested items such as a global SIM which can be used. I’ll try them out.

I’ve used this on two trips so far, one to Germany and another to Japan (I live in the US). iPhone 14 pro max has no sim slot so I’m stuck using eSIMs. The good is that you will get data connectivity. I had no problems activating the eSIM and using them. Everything worked ok and even my US provider worked via cellular data. Pricing is ok. Not great but ok. But this app has an appeal to those who want an easy on-ramp to getting connected to many countries. Now the quirks. In Tokyo Japan it connected only at 4G. Not even LTE, but 4G, as in 3G that is labeled as 4G. This was with SoftBank. That’s fine for google maps and other stuff but it’s not very fast. The other eSIM app I used, Ubigi connected via 5G and was pretty fast. You don’t get a native in country sim in some cases. This mostly won’t matter but it could mess with geofencing and geolocation via IP. For example in Japan my eSIM was from Singtel and as such some apps thought I was in Singapore. In Germany it used a SIM from Play (Poland) and some apps thought I was in Poland. The final quirk is that for each country you need to install the eSIM. Some apps like Ubigi just let you install one eSIM and just add in data packs. This one you need to install a SIM for each country. If you travel a lot you could end up with a lot of eSIMs.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! We want you to know that we appreciate your feedback. It will allow us to resolve any problems and help us improve our services. We are proud that you have selected our company as your service provider. We now have a new Global eSIM: The Global eSIM covers 130 countries and is installed only once.
It allows Data, Calls, and Texts. We look forward to helping you stay connected on all your future trips to come!

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