You may purchase a new eSIM via the Tune Talk App or Tune Talk Web.
All new and existing subscribers are eligible to purchase Tune Talk eSIM. It is advisable to check if your device supports eSIM before purchasing.
Tune Talk normal SIM is a physical SIM card where it must be inserted into a dedicated slot in the device. Tune Talk eSIM is a digital SIM card where subscribers would only require to install the eSIM serial number into a dedicated setting of the device. Both SIM and eSIM work the same way.
You may check the list of eSIM-supported devices here.
Yes, you can. You may proceed with the eSIM replacement via Tune Talk App if you wish to retain your current number. For further information, you may contact our Customer Care team for assistance at 13100 or 03 2771 7000.
Yes, it is possible. You may need to purchase a new eSIM under a SIM replacement procedure via the Tune Talk App.
If you accidentally remove your eSIM profile from your device, you will lose the connection to the eSIM plan attached to it.
Unfortunately, no refund is available for the purchase. It is highly advisable to check if your device supports eSIM before you decide to make the purchase.
No. You may change your number during or after registration, BEFORE installing the eSIM on your device. Once installed, you will not be able to change the number.
You will need to activate and install the eSIM within 48 hours after you have received the email with the eSIM profile.
You may track and manage your Internet usage via the Tune Talk App.
You may register up to 5 Tune Talk numbers under your ID and that is inclusive of SIM and eSIM.
Yes, it is possible to install and use more than one eSIM on a compatible device. Many modern smartphones support multiple eSIM profiles, allowing you to use different eSIMs for various purposes, such as work and personal lines or when traveling internationally.
However, the ability to use multiple eSIMs depends on your device’s hardware and software capabilities. You should check your device’s specifications and user manual to confirm if it supports multiple eSIM profiles. The process for adding and managing multiple eSIM profiles may vary from one device to another, so it is advisable to refer to your device’s user guide or contact your mobile service provider for detailed instructions.