NordVPN is set to revolutionize connectivity with the introduction of its global eSIM service, Saily. This innovative offering, currently in beta, ensures users can access eSIMs without being tied to a specific carrier, as long as their smartphones support this feature.
For those eager to experience the benefits early on, Saily is open for early access sign-ups, with an official launch anticipated later this year.
Head of product strategy at Nord Security, Vykintas Maknickas, highlights that Saily addresses the security concerns associated with public Wi-Fi networks. Users gain the flexibility to choose from a diverse range of countries and plans, allowing them to tailor their mobile data solutions.
Primarily designed for travelers and remote workers seeking to minimize roaming charges, eSIM cards offer a practical solution. Nord Security notes that some users also require cost-effective data packages in their home country once their prepaid plans expire.
In the competitive landscape, Saily aims to rival Airalo, a service boasting over 5 million downloads on both Google Play and the App Store. Airalo provides virtual SIM cards for worldwide regions with attractive data packages.
One standout feature of Saily is the elimination of the hassle associated with purchasing a SIM card in a foreign country, especially when dealing with unfamiliar languages and currencies.