NordVPN launching its own eSIM service named Saily

Saily eSIM NordVPN
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Popular VPN service, NordVPN is launching an eSIM service of its own. Dubbed Saily, this eSIM service is designed with dozens of plans for international travelers. In this article, let’s get straight into the features, availability, and other info about Saily.

NordVPN’s eSIM Saily Overview:

What is an eSIM?

Before heading forward, let’s first talk about eSIM. An eSIM or electronic SIM is the one embedded inside your devices such as smartphones and smartwatches. It is non-removable and works under the machine-to-machine mechanism (M2M). Which is the direct communication between devices by wired or wireless communication channels.

Nepal Telecom eSIM NTC Embedded SIM How To Get

So, users having eSIM compatible devices can download a specific eSIM service profile from local or foreign carriers. In Nepal, both Nepal Telecom (NTC) and Ncell have been providing eSIM services for quite some time now.

Saily eSIM service

Nord Security, the parent company of NordVPN, is developing Saily. Vykintas Maknickas, the head of product strategy said, “With travel and remote work on the rise, an eSim app is now more crucial than ever”. He added, “We believe that simple and affordable technology is of utmost importance. That’s why we’re so excited to introduce Saily an eSIM app that saves you time and money and even helps you avoid unpleasant situations”.

Saily eSIM

It is made for those international travelers who frequently move from one country to another. In that instance, the hassle of changing to local SIMs can get quite frustrating. That’s where Saily comes in handy. It will provide eSIM services in more than 100 countries. Alongside, you’ll also get dozens of plans for your preference.

Nord Security also talked about cheaper data packs even in the user’s home country. One can just switch to Saily’s plans if the domestic prepaid plan runs out.

NordVPN eSIM Saily Launch and Availability:

Saily is still in the Beta phase. However, you can sign up for early access. The company is planning to launch Saily later in 2023.

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