Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Let check all the ways and guide on how to Activate Second SIM on your iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR as an eSIM. From the recent iOS 12.1.1 update, we have an option under the settings app for use second SIM that we can set own our self. Use QR Code Scan option, Using this we can directly activate the second line from any supported carrier. And another way is to enter the Activation information provided by your carrier. iOS 12.1.1 public release time supported Network is AT&T, Only.
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Changes are pretty useful and interesting for the Dual SIM setup. Let’s get more about in detailed.
iPhone users have a Query on Add Cellular Plan missing, Check the Below Pre-Requisite conditions,
Your iPhone is updated with iOS 12.1.1 or Later and you must check only Dual SIM supported iPhone models. Supported models are iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS and iPhone XR (2018) and might be later all.
Steps for Setup eSIM Using QR code or Manually Activate Cellular Plan on iPhone XS Max/XS or iPhone XR
1: Go to the Settings app on your iPhone XS max, iPhone XS Or iPhone XR
2: Next, Find and Tap on Cellular option.
3: Now, Next to Cellular option > Scroll down and Tap on “Add Cellular Plan”.
The main Screen of your iPhone is directly scanned a QR code to activate the Second line on your iPhone, That Given by your Carrier Company.
Now, You can also find another option, Enter Details manually.
Required Fields are,
- SM-DP + Address (Required)
- Activation Code (Required)
- Confirmation Code (Optional)
Right Now AT&T Mobile Carrier has only supported this facility. You can also refer old ways of Setup and use Dual SIM on iPhone. For other company, if you failed to activate Dual SIM verify with Carrier, Are you eligible? And what is the issue?
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