The bar on launching eSIM services has been finally removed as the National Board of Revenue (NRB) has set the tax regime for the sale of eSIM by operators.
eSIM is being introduced in Bangladesh. A private telecommunication company is set to bring eSIM to the market. But what is eSIM? What is the difference between a regular SIM card and an eSIM?
Grameenphone, the largest operator, for the first time has launched eSIM in Bangladesh. eSIM is embedded in a mobile device that allows you to connect with your operator of choice without having the need to purchase a physical SIM Card. It works just like a regular SIM but does not require a physical card, and only works on devices with pre-installed eSIM support.