With an iPhone that includes a digital eSIM option in addition to its standard Nano SIM card, you can set up two mobile phone accounts. One can be your main line with your main network operator and the other can be from your main provider or another provider. The eSIM account can be used as a prepaid or postpaid account, as well as a pure data account. This is ideal for traveling. Which mobile service providers support eSIM?
The following list is for US customers and shows all current wireless service providers offering plans that work on the digital eSIM of your dual-SIM iPhone X S X S Max or X R . In stores, accounts can be created manually, through a QR code, or through an operator's app. Each network operator is different, but there are links that allow you to get answers.
To use one of the prepaid or postpaid service plans of any of the mobile network operators listed below on the eSIM, your iPhone is X S X S Max or X R must be running iOS 1
Top US Wireless Carriers
- AT & T Wireless: On an unlocked device, current customers can add additional accounts, and new customers can create a new account by visiting retail stores offering QR codes for that Set up. This applies to both prepaid and postpaid service plans.
- Verizon Wireless: On an unlocked device, current customers can add additional accounts and new customers can create an account using the My Verizon app (version 6.10.0 or later) or Verizon Wireless Stores. If you purchased the device through Verizon, your main account must remain on the Nano SIM card and may not be transferred.
Prepaid US Mobile Service Provider
- GigSky: Provides prepaid data packets that only contain data can be used in almost every country of your choice. This is a great choice if you are traveling or if you only want to use data outside of your normal US plan. Accounts are created in the GigSky World Mobile Data app. More details.
- Truphone: Similar to GigSky, the program offers prepaid data plans with numerous countries to choose from. Ideal for traveling abroad, but also at home in the US, if you only need a second data line. Accounts are created in the My Truphone app.
US Wireless Carriers Coming Soon
- Sprint: The company has promised that eSIM support will arrive, but no timeframe has been set. We expect it to appear in at least a few months.
- T-Mobile: The T-Mobile app may be able to sign up for prepaid plans in the near future. For new or additional postpaid plans, a trip to a retail location is required to set up on the eSIM until it is supported in the app.
US mobile service providers that we would like to see
Some of the major US companies mobile operators as well as a large number mobile virtual network operators (providers, the networks of AT & T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have not yet received eSIM support, but we'd like to see some of them add support soon.
- Boost Mobile
- Consumer Cellular
- Cricket Wireless
- Google Fi  H2O Wireless
- Simple Mobile
- Straight Talk
- Total Wireless
- US Cellular
- US Mobile ]
- Virgin Mobile USA
Wireless carriers in other regions