Optimize your mobile data use on iPhones and iPads by using two Europe eSIMs

Frequent travelers with new iPhones and iPads can now use a handy feature to optimize their mobile data by using two eSIMs to split data use. Now holidayeSim users will be able to have a wonderful trip throughout Europe without ever compromising on their connectivity.

What are the advantages of using dual cellular networks?

How does this help me optimize data usage on my Europe eSIMs?

How to set up my Europe eSIM?

The best Europe eSIMs to optimize your mobile data usage

Is my smartphone eSIM-compatible?

Countries coverage

The latest iPhones and iPads offer a unique and convenient feature for those who have multiple cellular plans. With the ability to support two cellular plans at once, these devices provide an option for using both connections simultaneously for optimal performance. The addition of an eSIM, which can be added to iPhones and iPads with physical SIM slots, allows for even more flexibility. The iPhone 13 and later models even let you use two eSIMs instead of just one physical SIM.

This feature is particularly useful for those who may have different capabilities with their network subscriptions, such as non-local free voice calling or varying data limits based on network coverage. 

Additionally, it can be a lifesaver for travelers who want to avoid expensive roaming charges by using a local SIM while abroad.

Managing cellular data when using two eSIMs can help you to optimize your data usage and ensure that you have access to a reliable connection at all times. When you are traveling or in an area with poor network coverage, it may be more efficient to use one eSIM for data and another for voice calls. 

To optimize their data usage with dual eSIMs on Apple devices, open the settings menu and enable "Allow Cellular Data Switching". This feature allows the device to use cellular data from both lines depending on coverage and availability. It's a sophisticated feature that ensures an optimal user experience.

According to Apple, enabling this feature enables the device to select the most suitable cellular data connection between the two lines, based on the coverage and availability of the network.

What are the advantages of using dual cellular networks?

If you do have a data plan on your home carrier, you will undoubtedly find spotty coverage in certain areas and then proceed to experience slow data speed or even have to connect to public WiFi. While there is nothing wrong with connecting to free Wi-Fi, it should be kept in mind that connecting to any unknown network carries a certain set of risks.

However, getting a Europe eSIM from holidayeSim and enabling the data switching feature from Apple can dramatically improve your connectivity experience.

How does this help me optimize data usage on my Europe eSIMs?

Balancing mobile data usage on two eSIMs helps to optimize your overall data usage by allowing you to make the most of the different plans and capabilities that each eSIM offers. By having the option to switch between eSIMs based on network coverage and availability, you can ensure that you are always connected to the strongest and most reliable network. 

Additionally, if you have different data plans on each eSIM, you can choose the one that best suits your needs at any given time. For example, if you are streaming a movie, you may want to use the eSIM with a higher data allowance. This will help you to avoid overage charges and ensure that you have enough data for your needs.

How to set up my Europe eSIM?

With eSIMs, connecting to the internet on the go is a breeze. No need to fumble around with physical SIM cards or deal with the hassle of paperwork at a store. 

Simply purchase a bundle tailored to your vacation needs from holidayeSim and scan a QR code to activate it. 

Say goodbye to spotty Airbnb Wi-Fi and language barriers when trying to secure a plan. But, before you pack your bags, make sure your device is compatible with eSIM technology. 

Check for the latest list of supported devices or find out if your device is compatible. 

And, when you're ready to jet off to Europe, don't forget to activate the eSIM on your device once you've received the QR code via email, but only once you are in Europe as the plan will only work on European networks.

Traveling to Europe with a holidayeSim gives an incredible mobile connectivity experience for all kinds of travelers from the casual sightseer to the tech-savvy digital nomad. 

Imagine having access to lightning-fast 4G internet speeds of up to 150Mbps, wherever your adventures take you. 

Whether you're exploring the bustling metropolises or venturing off the beaten path in rural towns, our eSIMs provide a reliable and stable connection thanks to the pan-European presence of Orange. 

Never again will you have to suffer through spotty Wi-Fi or hunt for a reliable connection. With our eSIMs, you'll have the freedom to explore and stay connected, all at the same time.

The best Europe eSIMs to optimize your mobile data usage


  • 20GB 4G/LTE Data in Europe*

  • Unlimited calls and SMS (In Europe)

  • 120 minutes voice credit (Worldwide)

  • 1,000 SMS (Worldwide)

  • Valid for two weeks (After registration)


  • 8GB 4G/LTE Data in Europe*

  • Unlimited calls and SMS (In Europe)

  • 30 minutes voice credit (Worldwide)

  • 200 SMS (Worldwide)

Is my smartphone eSIM-compatible?

NEarly all modern phones support eSIMs and the technology is expected to replace all traditional SIM cards eventually. Please check our comprehensive compatibility guide here to see if your device supports Europe eSIM.

Countries coverage

holidayeSim eSIMs for Europe will ensure you get the same connectivity experience wherever you are on the continent. Use the list below to find out if your destinations are included.

Andorra, Azores, Aland islands, Austria, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Belgium, Cyprus, Crete, Corfu, The Cyclades, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faeroe Islands, Finland, France mainland, Gibraltar, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madeira, Malta, Isle of Man, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Rhodes, Romania, Spain, United Kingdom, San Marino, Sardinia, Sicily, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Vatican City.