Smart Signature eSIM Conversion, Now Available at Smart Stores Across the Philippines

On Wednesday - December 22, 2021, the Philippines' leading mobile services provider Smart Communications Inc. announced that it's offering eSIM conversion for its Smart Signature Subscribers at all Smart stores across the Philippines. This is part of the company's thrust to provide a world-class customer experience to Filipino mobile users.

As of writing, the eSIM works on compatible smartphones available with Smart Signature Device Plans, including the Apple iPhone 13, 12, and 11 Series, the Samsung Galaxy Z Series and Galaxy S21 Series, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series, among a few others.

In a nutshell, the eSIM is an embedded chip inside an Android smartphone or an Apple device that enables subscribers to conveniently activate their cellular network with their carrier. But using an eSIM instead of older generation SIM cards, subscribers can activate a mobile plan between multiple operator profiles without having to swap or change their physical SIM. The Smart Signature eSIM can store the subscribers' network settings and it allows them to use Smart's network and services.

Smart Signature eSIM Conversion

All subscribers availing of a Smart Signature Device and SIM-Only Plans can easily apply for an eSIM at a Smart Store near them. Upon successful application, subscribers will be given a printed QR code to scan using their device.

Subscribers may also sign up for any of the Smart Signature+ Plans that come with unlimited features for a worry-free postpaid experience. Starting at PHP 999 per month, Signature+ Plans comes with Unli 5G,  Unli Calls & Texts to All Networks, Unli Calls to All Landline Numbers, and a 12-month Netflix Mobile Plan subscription, giving you access to thousands of award-winning shows, series, and more.

Smart Signature is powered by Smart 5G, which is the Philippines' fastest and most reliable 5G mobile network as recognized by Ookla, the global leader in mobile and broadband network intelligence.

As of today, Smart has already fired up around a whopping 6,400 5G base stations nationwide making it the country's first, fastest, and widest 5G network.

Additionally, Smart has reasserted its dominance as the Philippines' fastest mobile network for the fourth year in a row, based on analysis by Ookla of tests taken with Speedtest here in the Philippines,  covering the first half of 2021. 



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