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After delay, Verizon is eventually received eSIM support by the beginning of December



Verizon is close to adding dual SIM and eSIM support after an initial delay, which means the network would not be able to work with the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR's touted SIM features. In an internal note that was leaked to 9to5Mac Verizon said that it now expects to launch dual SIM support with an eSIM and a physical SIM paired together at the beginning of December.

Apple announced initially that Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT & T will all support two SIMs. But Verizon customers went into a hint: You can only use Verin's physical SIM card for your primary line and if you switch it to your secondary line, the service is downgraded to a 2G older network instead of LTE. As the carrier realized that the secondary line would not be able to support high-speed data and voice services, it was committed to providing eSIM support as well. As a result, you can not get full dual SIM functionality with Verizon alone, and it will require another operator.

In a statement to The Verge at the time Verizon said: "Based on our discussions with Apple, we believe that these concerns will be resolved quickly and you should be able to add our great Verizon service to your secondary line before the end of the year. " [1

9659005] Other US carriers were also hampered by similar problems, suggesting that no one in America is ready for dual SIM only yet. AT & T quit its dual SIM support when it found an error with the iPhone Visual Voicemail feature that does not work on phones with two active lines. It is working to solve the problem. T-Mobile has also said that eSIM will be available when the software is ready.

The Verins dual SIM and eSIM adoption timeline now appears to be reduced to early December, while other carriers are more vague when we expect full dual SIM support. But so far, in the US, Apple batting is zero for three.


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