TNT Launches its Prepaid eSIM

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TNT has launched its embedded SIM (eSIM) – the digital version of the physical SIM card – to provide added value, flexibility, and convenience to Filipino mobile users.

The TNT eSIM is priced at only PHP 89 when bundled with a PHP 300 TNT Load Card on the Smart Online Store. It comes conveniently as a QR code printed on a card, which customers simply scan to register and activate.

Customers can also purchase the TNT eSIM via Smart Stores nationwide, accredited retailers, SM Supermall Customer Service desks, and Smart Flagship Stores on Lazada and Shopee. It will soon be available in digital form and through more retail outlets across the country.

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Perfect for Filipinos upgrading to eSIM-capable devices this holiday season, the TNT eSIM allows users to enjoy TNT’s wide network coverage and affordable data, calls and texts without needing to insert a physical SIM card or occupy an extra SIM slot.

As a digital SIM, the TNT eSIM is fast to activate, worry-free to maintain, and secure from physical loss or damage.

“We’re glad to finally launch our TNT eSIM, which brings the benefits of eSIM technology to the fingertips of more Pinoys,” – Lloyd R. Manaloto, FVP and Head of Prepaid and Content at Smart, the parent company of TNT.

“The TNT eSIM also enables us to welcome more subscribers in our growing ‘tropa,’ and provide them with  their daily dose of ‘saya’ through our most budget-friendly promos powered no less than by the Philippines’ fastest and best mobile network.”

How to Activate the TNT Prepaid eSIM

To activate, Apple and Android users simply open their camera and scan the unique QR code containing their TNT account details. All subscribers must register their TNT eSIM at

The TNT eSIM launch follows the brand recently helping Filipino content creators set a Guinness World Record for the longest travel livestream of 26 hours, 15 minutes, and 29 seconds under the TNT Petmaloop Challenge.

Learn more about the new TNT eSIM at

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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