A research conducted by Counterpoint concluded that by 2025 device production with eSIM will surge to more than 2 billion
ESim is becoming more popular day by day. In order to enable the device to connect to the internet on their own, the manufacturer has put eSIM on the device. This technology does not require the user to install a SIM from the external, as the manufacturer has placed it on a stand-alone basis. Because of that, it is named as eSIM and also known as ‘embedded SIM‘.
This is expected to be achieved as eSIM is ready to benefit in terms of size and its security level. Compared to an ordinary SIM, eSIM has a smaller design size, allowing it to be placed on a more compact and smaller device. Because it is presently built-in, it also can not be removed easily, while ensuring more security when the device is stolen.
Currently, eSIM has started being placed on some smartphones and vehicles that allow users to choose the data plan they offer. So in the next few years, its not impossible the usage of this eSim to reach billions of use over growing smart devices and IoTs.