Best eSIM Free Trials

Visible eSIM Free Trial

  • 15 days
  • Runs over Verizon’s network
  • Unlimited minutes, texts, and data
  • For recent iPhones
  • Super easy
  • No payment information required

Sign up here

US Mobile eSIM Free Trial

  • Must port in a number
  • 50 days
  • 50GB data
  • Runs over Verizon or T-Mobile’s network
  • Unlimited minutes & texts
  • Payment info required
  • Trial also available with physical SIM
  • iPhone and Android devices are supported
  • Trial users that become paid subscribers may eventually be eligible for up to $100 worth of prepaid gift cards1

Sign up here

T-Mobile eSIM Free Trial

  • 90 days
  • Unlimited minutes, texts, and data2
  • For recent iPhones

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Verizon eSIM Free Trial

  • 30 days
  • Now 100GB data
  • Unlimited minutes and texts
  • For iPhone & Android

Sign up here

Google Fi eSIM Free Trial

  • 7 days
  • Unlimited minutes and texts (data slowed after 10GB)
  • Runs over T-Mobile’s network
  • Available for Android and iPhone
  • Payment info required

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Cricket Wireless eSIM Free Trial

  • 14 days
  • Runs over AT&T’s network
  • 3GB data + unlimited minutes and texts
  • For recent iPhones

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Mint Mobile eSIM Free Trial

  • 7 days
  • Runs over T-Mobile’s network
  • 250 minutes, 250 texts, and 250MB data
  • For recent iPhones

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  • I have financial relationships with some of the carriers listed above. See my transparency page for details.
  • While eSIMs are the only option for the iPhone 143, many other modern phones support eSIM. Along with a handful of Android devices, the iPhone XR/XS and newer iPhones all support eSIM.
  • Although some Android phones support eSIM, many carriers’ free trials are limited to iPhones. I expect that will change soon.
  • For new customers, MobileX offers up to ten days of service at no charge. The company isn’t really pitching it as a free trial, but in a sense, it is one.
  • Red Pocket had an eSIM free trial. As of October 2022, the trial appears either paused or retired.


  1. After a year of paid service, subscribers that joined via the trial may be eligible for a $50 prepaid Mastercard. An additional prepaid card is available for subscribers that port in more than one line. More detailed terms from US Mobile’s website:
    “New customers who sign up for the 50-day free trial will receive a $50 prepaid card after 12 months of continuous paid service on one of our Unlimited Data or Shareable Data plans (minimum $10/mo). Customers can either select one of these plans at the end of their Free Trial, or they can add another line on one of these plans immediately. Customers will receive an additional $50 on the prepaid card if they port-in a second line on one of our Unlimited Data or Shareable Data plans and maintain 12 months of continuous paid service for that line. In order to receive up to $100 on the prepaid card, customers must confirm some identifying information, which can be done by logging into their US Mobile account and visiting the Rewards Center via the navigation menu.”
  2. Data is deprioritized after 50GB of data use in a month. Deprioritization can lead to lower speeds during periods of network congestion.
  3. At least, for iPhone models designed for the US. In some parts of the world, the iPhone 14 has a physical SIM slot.