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eSIM in Spain: all operators, compatible devices, prices and conditions (2022)

eSIM in Spain: all operators, compatible devices, prices and conditions (2022)

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eSIM in Spain: all operators, compatible devices, prices and conditions (2022 )

The eSIM technology has been with us for a few years now. It was in February of 2016 when the GSMA published its specifications and, since then, various devices have adopted this technology. However, not all Spanish operators have eSIM. He hopes that this year there will be movements in this regard and, therefore, in this article we collect all the options available today.

Below, you can find all the operators that offer eSIM to their users, their conditions and prices. This article is constantly updated , so in the In case something changes or an operator launches its eSIM service, we will reflect it as soon as possible. With that said, let’s get started.

What is an eSIM card?

Vodafone

Vodafone offers the eSIM service at any rate . If you have a physical SIM card and want to change to an eSIM, there is no cost to activate and change the card. However, if you have an eSIM and want to change to a physical SIM, the price to pay is five euros . Supported devices are as follows:

compatible models

Manzana

iPhone XS, XS Max, Xr and higher

iPad Pro (WiFi + 4g) 3rd generation or higher

iPad Air (WiFi + 4G) 3rd generation or higher

iPad (WiFi + 4G) 7th generation or higher

iPad mini (WiFi + 4G) or higher

samsung

Samsung Galaxy S 21, S 20 + and S 20 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S 22 + 5G and S 21 + Ultra 5G

Samsung Galaxy Note 21 and Note 20 Ultra 5G

Samsung Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Galaxy Z Fold3 5G

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

Samsung Galaxy Watch

Google

Google Pixel 2 and 2XL

Google Pixel 3, 3XL , 3rd and 3rd XL

Google Pixel 4, 4a and 4 XL

Google Pixel 5

Google Pixel 6

huawei

Huawei P 50, P 40 + and Mate 40 Pro

Huawei P 56

Another option is that you want to use the eSIM to have your number and rate (data, minutes and SMS) on the other compatible devices you have, such as a smart watch. For this it is necessary to use the OneNumber service . This is compatible with a maximum of four different devices and the conditions are as follows:

  • With the Unlimited Home rates you have included a free OneNumber. If you activate another OneNumber, it you will pay at its usual price, that is, five euros per month for smartwatches, tablets and secondary phones and one euro per month for Alexa. The first month is free.
  • The All other rates include one month of free OneNumber service on any connected device. Then you will have the service at its usual price, five euros per month for smartwatches, tablets and secondary phones and one euro per month for Alexa with the first month free.
  • The OneNumber service is a subscription and, as such, has no commitment to stay .

Another aspect to note is that not all devices are compatible. According to Vodafone, the compatible devices are as follows :

COMPATIBLE MODELS

MANZANA

Apple Watch (GPS + 4G): Series 3 onwards

SAMSUNG

Galaxy Watch (4G / LTE) onwards

Other smartwatches

Smartwatches wearOS with 4G

Any smartwatch with 4G

PHONES OR TABLETS

Any phone or tablet with SIM / eSIM

SPEAKERS ALEXA

Amazon Echo compatible with OneNumber

Movistar

Movistar, like Vodafone, allows us to use eSIM both on our main device and on a second device through the MultiSIM service. The eSIM for the main device is free if we are talking about a new line, but if we want to change our physical SIM for an eSIM we will have to pay 14,5 euros.

As for supported devices, the listing of Movistar is the following:

compatible models

Manzana

iPhone XS, Xr and later

iPad Pro and later

samsung

Samsung Galaxy S Family 21 and S 21

Samsung Galaxy Note Family 21

Samsung Galaxy Fold and Flip

Samsung Galaxy Watch and Active2

motorola

Motorola Razr

Motorola Razr 5G

huawei

Huawei P Family 50

oppo

OPPO Watch

xplora

Xplora X5 Play


As regards the MultiSIM service , it is a service that allows you to have up to four SIM or eSIM cards with the same phone number and the same conditions of our rate. This service consists of a main line and up to three associated lines and it should be noted that each associated card has the data limited to 14 GB (in the event that the rate is higher, obviously).

The price of the MultiSIM service is eight euros per month regardless of the number of associated cards and has no commitment to stay.

Orange

We continue with Orange. Like the two operators mentioned above, Orange allows you to have the eSIM in the main device and / or in the secondary devices through the MultiSIM service. For the main device, you can request the exchange of a physical SIM for an eSIM and its price is five euros . The compatible devices for main lines are as follows:

MANZANA

iPhone XS, XS Max and Xr onwards

iPad mini 2022 Cellular

iPad Pro 11 Y 12, 9 (2020) Cellular

iPad Air (2020) Cellular

iPad (2019) Cellular

Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Fold

Samsung Galaxy S 21 FE, S 20, S 20 Ultra,

Samsung Galaxy S 22 5G, Galaxy S 21 + 5G, Galaxy S 21 Ultra 5G

Huawei

Huawei P 50 And p40 Pro

Motorola

Motorola Razr

Google

Pixel 3 and 3 XL

On the other hand, Orange offers the service MultiSIM , focused mainly on smartwatches. So much so that has a limited speed of 1 Mbps , a speed which, according to Orange, is “suitable for the use of smartwatches.” The price of this service is 2, 95 euros per month plus five euros activation fee. The conditions are these:

  • Compatible with all rates (except 4G at Orange’s home).
  • Monthly fee of the first MultiSIM at zero euros per month in the rates Love Total Family, Love Family Unlimited, Love Family Essential 2017, Love Without Limits, Go Top, Go Up and Go Play 2016.
    No fixed term.

If we want to eliminate the 1 Mbps limitation (for example, because we want to use MultiSIM on a tablet), we can contract the service MultiSIM Max Speed ​​ which costs five euros per month.

Regarding compatible devices for secondary lines, the Orange listing is as follows:

compatible models

Manzana

Apple Watch Series 3 (Cellular) onwards

samsung

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G onwards

huawei

Huawei Watch 2

montblanc

Montblanc Summit 2+ 4G

oppo

OPPO Watch

fossil

Fossil Gen5 LTE


Pepephone

Pepephone does not have a multiSIM service , but simply allows the user to choose an eSIM instead of a physical SIM. Thus, it is a service designed by and for smartphones, so those users who have a smart watch or another secondary device will have to wait.

Users can request the eSIM when registering or portability. In the same way, those who already have a SIM and want an eSIM , all they have to do is request a duplicate SIM . According to Pepephone, its eSIM is compatible with all phones that have eSIM.

Yoigo

Yoigo’s case is similar to Pepehone’s. It does not have MultiSIM service , at least for now, for which eSIM is only compatible with our main device. The eSIM is free for new registrations and portabilities, as well as for existing users. Those who have a physical eSIM and want an eSIM, simply will have to request it from the operator at no cost .

Regarding compatible devices, the list offered by the company is as follows:

compatible models

Manzana

iPhone 12 onwards

samsung

Samsung Galaxy Note Family 21

Samsung Galaxy S Family 21

Samsung Galaxy S Family 22

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Flip family

Samsung Galaxy Watch4

oppo

OPPO Reno6 Pro

OPPO Find X3 Pro

O2

O2 is the next operator that concerns us. Like Vodafone, Orange and Movistar, O2 offers users eSIM and MultiSIM. The eSIM is free for company users, as well as for new registrations . According to O2, the List of compatible devices with the eSIM is as follows:

compatible models

Manzana

iPhone XS, Xr and later

iPad Pro (Cellular) and later

samsu ng

Samsung Galaxy S Family 21

Samsung Galaxy Note Family 21

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Flip

Samsung Galaxy Watch and Watch Active2

motorola

Motorola Razr

Motorola Razr 5G

huawei

Huawei P Family 50

Regarding the MultiSIM service, O2 allows to have up to three SIM or eSIM cards of the same mobile line. The service is priced at five euros per month regardless of the number of additional cards and can be contracted for any O2 mobile line (additional main or mobile only).

O2 has not disclosed the supported devices, but does expressly mention the Apple Watch . However, it can be expected that it will be compatible with any device that supports eSIM, such as a tablet or a smartwatch from a brand other than Apple.

Jazztel

Jazztel also has eSIM . However, it is a service intended for our main device, since the MultiSIM service is not yet compatible with eSIM. Those Jazztel users who have a SIM and want an eSIM, simply have to request a replacement. The cost is five euros .

Jazztel list on its website the compatible devices and are next:

compatible models

Manzana

iPhone XS and Xr onwards

iPad mini 2022 Cellular

iPad Pro 11 Y 12, 9 (2020) Cellular

iPad Air (2020) Cellular

iPad (2019) Cellular

samsung

Samsung Galaxy S Family 21

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Flip


huawei

Huawei P 50 And p40 Pro

Google

Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL


motorola

Motorola Razr