General questions
If you have a modern smartphone, like iPhone XR/XS, Pixel 3 or newer, check if it supports eSIM Technology. If that is the case, then you can instantly connect it to Global Mobile Data network that will provide you with fast and reliable mobile data access in almost any country of the world without any identity verification. No SIM cards, no papers required. The service is completely private and gathers no user data whatsoever. You get a UK (+44) phone number for SMS that can be used for messenger registration, etc. Needless to say, using a foreign number is much better for your privacy than using a local service. Our services do not include legacy GSM voice calls. Our Internet gateway is in Europe, hence you can enjoy unrestricted Internet access in countries that are blocking free access to the Net. Our rates are very reasonable too.
The following devices support GSMA eSIM service and can make use of regular eSIM activation codes:

Apple
Smartphones

  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone SE ( 2020 )
  • iPhone 12 and newer
Tablets

  • iPad Pro 11‑inch (2nd generation)
  • iPad Pro 12.9‑inch (4th generation)
  • iPad Pro 11‑inch (1st generation)
  • iPad Pro 12.9‑inch (3rd generation)
  • iPad Air (3rd generation)
  • iPad (7th generation)
  • iPad mini (5th generation)
Android
Smartphones

  • Google Pixel 3*
  • Google Pixel 3a*
  • Google Pixel 4*
  • Google Pixel 4a*
  • Samsung Galaxy S20
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • Samsung Note 20 Ultra
  • Samsung Fold LTE
  • Motorola Razr 2019
  • Huawei P40/P40 Pro (single SIM version) but not P40 Pro Plus
* Supported with stock Android and CalyxOS. Not supported with GrapheneOS at the moment, but there is a guide how to make it work

Tablets

  • Gemini PDA
Watches

  • Samsung Galaxy Series 3 (4G version only – not Bluetooth version)

Updated on October 30, 2020
Bitcoin is the biggest trust-less cryptocurrency that makes sure you can transact and deal with other parties without nonsensical KYC procedures that do much more harm than good. Hence, by using it for transacting with our customers, we can offer unique zero user identification services.
You can use https://beta.strike.me/download to pay to our Lightning invoices with your bank card. As of the moment of this writing, Strike is available in US only, but is about to start offering it's service worldwide.
The Lightning Network is a modern protocol that allows it's users to transact with Bitcoin instantly and inexpensively. Being based on the Bitcoin blockchain it is as trust-less as Bitcoin itself but much more private. Caveats? It's a relatively recent development, so don't use it for anything more than you can afford to lose. It requires a Lightning-enabled Bitcoin wallet. We recommend using bluewallet.io
We recommend that you use bluewallet.io mobile Bitcoin and Lightning wallet app (though, there are very good alternatives). There are two very good options to purchase Bitcoin within this app: purchase with card (with KYC) or person-to-person, with escrow (no KYC).
Plus, it's a very sophisticated but easy to use app that will make your customer experience flawless, with a choice of both ordinary and Lightning Bitcoin payments.
Alternatively, you can use Strike app to pay our bitcoin/lightning invoice with your bank card (KYC).
Our payment gateway will present you with a payment button, that will open your mobile bitcoin wallet with all the payment information filled in, if you choose to open silent.link on your smartphone. If you open silent.link on your laptop or PC, you can scan the invoice QR code with Bluewallet app on your smartphone to pay.
Use / selector in the top right corner of BTCPay dialog to choose the appropriate payment method. After the purchase, you will be redirected to your Order page with a unique URL. Save this page to your bookmarks immediately, this is your only connection to your purchase, since there is no email or any other registration on our site for your privacy.
To ensure your connection to the Global Mobile Data network you must switch your Roaming and Data Roaming switches ON. You can find the Roaming Switch in your smartphone Settings. For certain eSIMs you might need to check your APN settings. The details on how to set your APN are included in the eSIM installation instructions SMS that you will receive after purchasing your eSIM and installing it into your phone.
You might find it difficult to access the Internet in areas with limited mobile coverage or no coverage at all. Try switching locations and make sure you have enough signal bars to connect to 3G or 4G/LTE. You can also try to change the carrier manually. If you are in good coverage and tried everything else, you can always try a full power-down restart and see if that helps.
To scan the QR Code, follow the below steps on your device:
  • Go to Settings/Connections/Cellular (Mobile) on your phone
  • Select SIM card manager and Add mobile plan
  • Tap on Add using QR code
  • Scan your QR code. A pop up will appear, Add new mobile plan? Tap on Add
  • A second pop up will appear, Add new mobile plan? Tap on OK
  • Your new data plan will be displayed in your eSIMs list
For certain eSIMs you might need to check your APN settings. The details on how to set your APN are included in the eSIM installation instructions SMS that you will receive after purchasing your eSIM and installing it into your phone.
If you are experiencing issues scanning the QR code or receive the QR code on the device you are using, there is another option on your device that will allow you to enter details manually. You will be asked to enter:
  • 1. SM-DP+ Address
  • 2. Activation Code
  • 3. Confirmation Code (if available)
Dial * 1 8 7 # 📞 in your Phone app and wait for the operator message with your actual balance.

With Anonymous eSIM, your actual mobile number is not known to your local mobile network provider, as you are in roaming (unless you are actually in UK). Therefore, your adversary cannot collude with your local mobile network provider to run various attacks, that are easy with ordinary mobile subscribers, such as:

  • SimToolKit attack. Using a special service SMS and a secret Ki key attacker can control subscriber's SIM card (or eSIM chip) and, using a special surveillance interface, built into every GSM phone, eavesdrop on subscriber during calls or standby.
  • Monitor subscriber's location
  • Log subscriber's calls, messages and data sessions

New IMEI is generated every time you install a new eSIM. We have no information on security of these generated IMEI codes, whether it's possible to infer or retrieve the original IMEI or not. But at least it's not the same.

Last but not least, your identity is not linked to the geographical point of purchase of a physical SIM card

Please use fixedfloat.com to pay with Monero. You can pay to both Bitcoin and Lightning invoices there. Alternatively, you can use changenow.io or similar services.