Spark Offers Unlimited Wearable Plan with eSIM for New Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G

Spark Offers Unlimited Wearable Plan with eSIM for New Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G Image Credit: Spark

Spark announced that it is the first New Zealand mobile provider to support eSIM technology in time for the launch of the latest eSIM compatible Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G.

The watch will be paired with Spark’s new Unlimited Wearable Plan which gives Spark customers unlimited data, calls and texts for $14.99 per month. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G, on a new Unlimited Wearable Plan, will give Kiwis an undoubtedly liberating feeling as they will now have the ability to receive notifications, make calls, sends texts, and use apps such as Spotify without needing to be within range of a phone or a Wi-Fi network.

As the first phase of eSIM compatibility customers are required to have their smartphone with Spark in order for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G to be paired and download the eSIM profile. Once the profile has been downloaded you can unpair the watch from the phone and use the watch as a standalone device.

Renee Mateparae, Mobile Lead, Spark
Today, with the introduction of eSIM (embedded SIM cards) Spark customers can enjoy a range of benefits including the ability to stay connected with unlimited voice, text and data on their Galaxy Watch 4G alone.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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