Referring to e-SIM as an environmentally friendly initiative, Grameenphone said that climate change should be given priority in technological advancement and innovation. It is estimated that e-SIM usage will increase by 3.4 billion worldwide by 2025.
Grameenphone CEO Yasir Ajman said that climate change is a threat to Bangladesh. Everyone must be responsible for the protection of the present and the future. E-SIM is one of their eco-friendly initiatives in nature conservation.
According to the notification, in order to get a new Grameenphone e-SIM connection, customers will have to go to the Grameenphone Experience Center in Dhaka and Chittagong with a device that supports e-SIM. There is a need to request for e-SIM at the end of biometric registration. Requests for this SIM can also be made through Grameenphone’s online shop.
Grameenphone’s e-SIM facilities include GP House Experience Centers; GPC Lounge, Gulshan; GPC Lounge, GEC, Chittagong; GP Online Shop; Motijheel GPC; Farmgate GPC; Bashundhara City GPC; Dhaka Airport GPC; Uttara Jasimuddin Road GPC; Border Square GPC; Dhanmondi GPC and Karimullah Market GPC in Sylhet.
In case of e-SIM, the new connection will cost 200 rupees. Apart from this, if you want to make a replacement from plastic SIM to e-SIM or from e-SIM to e-SIM, you have to pay a fee of Tk 99. Many networks and numbers can be connected in one e-SIM. However, it will depend on the handset.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grameenphone says e-SIM will invalidate the concept of conventional SIM cards and trays. This will increase the size of the phone battery in the remaining space and add more features to the handset. There will be no risk of losing the SIM card as it will be connected to the device. At the same time, customers will be protected from the hassle of SIM PIN.