Revolut’s New eSIM Feature Makes Roaming Easier

Revolut Goes Global with eSIM Cards: Cost-Effective Mobile Data for 40 Million Users Worldwide

Revolut, a global financial application with over 40 million users worldwide and 400 thousand in Croatia, has become one of the first digital banks in the European Economic Area to offer eSIM cards and international data plans for its users. The Revolut eSIM allows users to access mobile data abroad without unexpected roaming costs or interruptions, all within the same application.

Starting this week, all Revolut users in Croatia with eSIM-compatible devices can access an eSIM, regardless of their plan. Users can easily top up data wherever they go without the need for a physical SIM card. By connecting to an eSIM, users can use the Revolut application without using mobile data, ensuring access to all features and products even when data is not available in the country they are in.

Revolut will offer data plans ranging from 1 to 20 GB, with options for regional or international coverage. Ultra users will receive a new benefit with their plan when they install an eSIM through the Revolut app – 3 GB of mobile data for international use with automatic monthly renewal. Users in Croatia who install their eSIM by May 1, 2024, will also receive a welcome offer of 100MB of free international mobile data.

The partnership between Revolut and 1GLOBAL provides fast and secure mobile internet connection in over 160 countries worldwide. The eSIM technology seamlessly integrates into the Revolut app and can be installed on any eSIM-compatible mobile device in less than a minute. Elyas Sadou, Product Owner of eSIM at Revolut highlights the convenience and simplicity of the technology which eliminates the need for physical SIM cards and high roaming costs while Hakan Koç founder and co-executive director of 1GLOBAL emphasizes the global reach of their mobile internet connection service and seamless integration with Revolut’s eSIM technology. This partnership aims to provide Revolut users with a hassle-free and cost-effective way to access mobile data while traveling internationally.

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