Singtel has inked a partnership that will enable its enterprise customers as well as that of China Unicom to make embedded SIM (eSIM) changes over-the-air. This bypasses the need to manually configure the device SIM card to change networks when the two telcos’ respective users are in Singapore or China. The collaboration is the first between two members of mobile group, Bridge Alliance, which comprises 34 members that serve more than 900 million customers in this region. Other members include India’s Airtel, Hong Kong’s CSL, Malaysia’s Maxis, and Indonesia’s Telkomsel. Singapore to feel impact of China-US trade dispute if prolonged Tensions between the two economic powerhouses will lead to fragmented technology markets and, if prolonged, drag down Singapore’s economy, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who urges both countries to find ways to establish mutual trust. Read More The service launch followed a eSIM swap trial conducted in early-April, during which China Unicom and Singtel were able to swap eSIM Profiles using Bridge Alliance’s technical and commercial resources, said the partners in a joint statement Tuesday. The tie-up would enable devices equipped with China Unicom eSIMs to automatically switch their profiles to Singtel’s when used in Singapore. The devices’ embedded Universal… Read full this story
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