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Ooredoo - 30 GB
Maldives 20GB 5 Days
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Maldives 20GB 30 Days
I Have seen AirHub website and I Buyed eSIM and it works smooth but the documentation is some what difficult and customer support is delayed and satisfied with eSIM
Very fast and stable connection, highly recommended
I am providing feedback after receiving excellent customer service from AirHub. Although I experienced some issues when attempting to activate my purchased plan for the Thailand eSIMs, the support team was fantastic and provided me with a solution. This marks my third plan with AirHub's eSIM service, and I am very happy with the service they offer. However, the only drawback was the wait time to receive support due to a long and busy queue.
I purchased Airhub shortly before my trip to the USA (New York) a week ago. The esim-service was not working at all. The documentation on the website & app is bad. Furthermore there are no service videos where you can look at e.g. YouTube. There Customer service is super slow and forced me to contact the Telco carrier direct because of my Pixel 7pro. I ask for a refund put no chance. Please do not use the service. I used than an alternative called Airalo. That service is easy to use.
I purchased an 20GB eSIM from Airalo for my trip to South Africa. Installation process is very easy using their app. I used a lot Google Maps, Waze and Uber, as well as Facetime and WhatsApp to send lots of videos and pictures. And it's cool that you can track the amount of data left in the app. Overall, I would definitely recommend Airalo eSIMs. Only 4 stars because no 5G only 4G ;)
Do not get close to Airhub. They cheat! They ask about travel dates of the plan, you pay for the period and get QR code. They do not inform that if you scan at home the code the esim is activated and the validity starts long before you actually need it. No way to abort it. So I paid in vain.
I used Airalo and Nomad in Hokkaido when I was visiting Japan. Here is my review for Airalo. I had a great experience overall: setup of the eSIM was very smooth, but I was a bit disappointed with bandwidth speeds eventhough it was acceptable. I purchased Airalo's Moshi Moshi 1GB plan which is only compatible in Japan and is a data-only plan. The good : - Airalo's user experience is very good. The eSIM setup was very simple and was mostly about clicking on buttons through the entire process. - I was able to roam on the NTT Docomo network in 4G, which is really efficient in Japan. I did a few tests and was about to get roughly 80.6MBS download and 8.6MBS upload speeds. So great download speeds. Upload speeds could have been better. Airalo also advertised the eSIM as compatible with KDDI (another network provider) but I did not try it. The bad : - Too bad I did not get 5G it was a bit frustrating because my phone is 5G compatible. - Since Airalo is not a local network, my internet traffic was routed through Singapore, which is a bit far from Japan - so latency was not the best