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TNT introduces Prepaid eSIM

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TNT launched its embedded SIM or eSIM, a digital alternative to the physical SIM that offers more value, convenience, and flexibility to Filipino mobile users.

The TNT eSIM is available for only ₱89, bundled with a ₱300 TNT Load Card, on the Smart Online Store. Customers can easily activate their TNT eSIM by using an eSIM-capable smartphone to scan the QR code printed on a card.

The TNT eSIM is also available at Smart Stores, accredited retailers, SM Supermalls Customer Service desks, and Smart Flagship Stores on Lazada and Shopee. More retail channels and digital options will be available soon.

No need for a physical SIM card

The TNT eSIM is ideal for Filipinos who are upgrading to a new eSIM-capable device this holiday season. With the TNT eSIM, they can enjoy the widest network coverage and the most affordable data, call, and text services without inserting a physical SIM card or occupying an extra SIM slot.

The TNT eSIM is also faster to activate, easier to maintain, and more secure from loss or damage than physical SIM cards.

Lloyd R. Manaloto, FVP and Head of Prepaid and Content at Smart, the parent company of TNT, said: “We’re glad to finally launch our TNT eSIM, which brings the benefits of eSIM technology to the fingertips of more Pinoys. The TNT eSIM also enables us to welcome more subscribers in our growing ‘tropa,’ and provide them with their daily dose of ‘saya’ through our most budget-friendly promos powered no less than by the Philippines’ fastest and best mobile network.”

Compatible with the latest devices

The TNT eSIM can be used in eSIM-capable devices, such as the latest flagship devices of Apple, Google, Huawei, and Samsung.

To activate the TNT eSIM, Apple and Android users need to open their phone’s camera and scan the unique QR code containing their TNT account. All subscribers are required to register their TNT eSIM at www.smart.com.ph/simreg.

The TNT eSIM is the latest innovation from TNT, which recently set the Guinness World Record for the Longest Travel Livestream for 26 hours, 15 minutes, and 29 seconds under the TNT Petmaloop Challenge.

TNT is powered by Smart, which also made history as the first and only Philippine mobile operator to win the Best Mobile Network award from global analytics firm Ookla for three consecutive reporting periods in Q1-Q2 2022, Q3-Q4 2022, and Q1-Q2 2023.

To learn more about the new TNT eSIM, visit https://tntph.com/Pages/sim.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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