Leave a legacy.

eSIM support

By: michael__conlon | 06-02-2019 16:33

eSIM support for new Iphones Xr

it will bring giffgaff upto date and give members access to the new intergrated imbedded sim. (eSIM)

giffgaff wants to look forward.


by: smepla
on: 16-06-2019 13:43

yes please. O2 now supports it so surely that’s the beginning on getting giffgaff on as well?

by: jondon1981
on: 16-06-2019 13:46

I really do hope so. So much need for this and even more so in the near future ????

by: nx5
on: 01-11-2019 14:36

Upvote for new Google Pixel 4

by: tracy71
on: 28-10-2019 01:58

would be good to be fair supported

by: erzse49
on: 15-10-2019 20:06

good idea

by: spencerdew
on: 22-09-2019 20:23

Yes please. Tempted to shift to O2 but lets give GIFFGAFF a 'short' time to coem into line...

by: scotscott
on: 29-09-2019 07:59

Also tempted

by: justinha
on: 21-09-2019 04:15

great idea

by: shaunmitchell
on: 19-09-2019 13:51

I have a SAmsung Galaxy Watch with LTE, would be nice to use it on LTE.

by: traelkom
on: 02-09-2019 16:32

this is a duplicate

my idea is been here for ages

it does not get my vote


by: sigbaldi
on: 16-09-2019 01:28

Commented on your idea a few times, completely ignored by staffers. We really need an update now that O2 supports it and is the 3rd year that Apple releases devices that require esim to fully take advantage of their features. Anyone?

by: traelkom
on: 16-09-2019 15:55

i am sure giffgaff is doing their best on getting that done, they are not doing great with duplicates though. this idea its a duplicate of my old idea and no giffgaff staff had the cortesy to looking into it...

by: nigelbrooks
on: 02-09-2019 15:27

Not down to giffgaff.

eSIM licencing is done by Apple in that only they give networks permission to access eSIMs.

The take-up across Europe has been really low with many countries only having a single eSIM 'licencee'.

You really need to chase Apple on this one.

by: scotscott
on: 29-09-2019 08:01

eSIM has nothing to do with Apple, Google have had on Pixel phones for years and used it on TIM network in Italy 2017.

by: dennisbowen
on: 30-08-2019 15:59

Right so I'm going to support this idea