Among the other technological advancements, the use of eSIM is also being frowned upon and will be in action in the foreseeable future. GSMA released a report in March 2020 that had details of over 100 mobile networks across the world to survey. This survey was for the implications of eSIM connectivity and providing the stakeholders with a few insights on the future of eSIM marketing.
The eSIM market is growing gradually and is estimated to peak soon. If that is the case, gone will be the days of physical SIM cards, and it would be automated as the paradigm shifts towards automation. eSIM.net is a platform where people can buy their eSIM from anywhere in the world. The sales are estimated to increase in the coming times and is expected to peak in a few years. This will give a boost to the eSIM market and its stakeholders.
Today, eSIM supported mobile operators are 108, which a big boost from the previous 15. 108 may look like a small number, but these operators represent almost 25% of connectivity worldwide.
Below is an infographic that gives the details of the current eSIM market and the future predictions until 2025 based on GSMA’s report.
Infographic by: eSim.net