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Saily offers global connectivity with a singular eSIM solution

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Nord Security’s eSIM service, Saily, launched in March, announced that customers can now use a singular eSIM solution to travel to multiple countries. The simplified service is aimed at frequent flyers and caters to businesspeople and tourists alike, enhancing user convenience.

With the introduction of this singular eSIM solution, Saily customers can now enjoy unrestricted roaming across borders without the need to handle technical intricacies related to managing multiple eSIMs. Furthermore, users can obtain multiple eSIMs under one account, catering to diverse connectivity needs across various devices.

“The new update simplifies the mobile user experience significantly. Global coverage, flexibility, and convenience — whether it’s for business or leisure, customers can now roam freely across borders, without having to worry about technical matters,” Vykintas Maknickas, head of product strategy at Nord Security, told Candid.Technology.

Saily offers an easy activation process and round-the-clock customer support. Users can connect to local networks and switch carriers internationally without requiring physical SIM changes.

Given the lucrative eSIM market, many non-telecom companies like Nord Securities are venturing into this business.

Embedded SIMs, or eSIMs, are implanted inside the device. They are a digital version of the traditional physical SIM card and can be used in a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and cars.

Furthermore, eSIMs offer considerable convenience to users as they can install multiple eSIM profiles on their phones without needing a dedicated SIM tray. eSIMs also offer more security than SIM cards, offering physical and digital security.

That being said, eSIMs can hold only a small amount of data compared to regular SIM cards, which is the primary disadvantage of the service.

The eSIM market will likely grow manifold in the coming years, and many non-telecom companies are looking to take a fair share of the pie.

Nord Security started testing Saily in January 2024 after entering the cyber insurance market in December 2023. After the initial testing, the company launched Saily in March 2024, along with flexible data plans to suit various workflows.

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Kumar Hemant

Kumar Hemant

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