Apple SIM Is Now Available In More Than 140 Countries In Partnership With GigSky


Apple SIM partner, GigSky has announced today that it has expanded its availability of pay-as-you-go cellular data plan for various Apple products to more than 140 countries. The number is now jumped up from 90 countries that it previously supported. Some of the new additions include Argentina, Jamaica St Vincent, Ecuador,  Dominica, Columbia, The Virgin Island and the Isle of Man.

GigSky Expands Apple SIM Support To Over 140 Countries

GigSky is the leading provider of global connectivity solutions worldwide, gripping on the advanced GSM networks in the world. GigSky is aimed for travelers who want to connect at anytime and anywhere with the ease of access. You can make use of the service if you're seeking to travel over regions supported by the service.

Apple started bundling its Apple SIM with the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. Basically what the SIM card does is simple. It allows travelers to purchase data from supported carriers and MVNOs spontaneously. This also includes  EE and T-Mobile. Users can subscribe to the data pack right from their iPad without any need to go to their nearest and appropriate store. Moreover, since the launch of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Apple switched to an embedded Apple SIM. This directly enabled the iPad to switch to a local SIM.

If you're wondering what iPad models are compatible with the Apple SIM, the different variants are listed below.

  • iPad mini 3
  • iPad mini 4
  • iPad Air 4
  • 9.7-inch iPad Pro
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro

The iPad Pro is definitely one of those devices that you would like to travel with. According to the CEO of GigSky, Ravi Rishy-Maharaj:

"We're thrilled to be adding more countries, more LTE coverage, and more data at the same price. Our expanded coverage means travelers can use GigSky service on iPad most anywhere this summer to get online and connect, like they do at home, to everything that's important to them - work, family, friends, social media, or their favorite travel apps."

Moreover, if you're interested in getting the service on your device, it is separately available for iOS devices via the GigSky SIM and its app. Apple SIM definitely provides ease of access if you are considering to travel with your iPad or other iOS devices.

This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on Apple SIM? Does the GigSky expansion for the service supports your region? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.