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  • 8 Days – 15GB of highest speed
  • Chat apps don’t count against data usage
  • eSim for dual SIM iPhone 11, Xs, Xs Max, and Xr and more
  • Quick (1-5hr) Digital delivery of eSIM codes
  • Highest speed (4G/LTE) data AND unlimited 2G (384 kbps)
  • Free calls within DTAC network 
  • 15 Baht of calling credit included
  • eSIMs can not be shared or removed
  • Best purchased no more than 10 days before your trip

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About DTAC Happy Tourist eSIM

The Dtac Happy Tourist eSIM is a single country travel SIM from Thailand’s 3rd largest mobile carrier, but the #1 most popular SIM with tourists.  With data prices as low as 10 times cheaper than other roaming options, it’s a great choice, especially in the new eSIM supported format.   No need to wait for a SIM to arrive or wait in lines – just scan the SIM code and go.

You can purchase the Dtac Happy Tourist eSIM a few days before or on the day of your trip to Thailand.  The main package gives you data as the highest speeds available, and then unlimited speeds of 384kbps (2G) for the rest of your package.

Dtac Happy eSIM Features

  • Works in all of Thailand with great coverage
  • Get 8 days of data
  • Unlimited 2G
  • Free to call help center : 1678

Using Dual SIM with an eSIM

iPhone XS, XR and newer feature Dual SIM with a nano-SIM and an eSIM.1 An eSIM is a digital SIM that allows you to activate a cellular plan from your carrier without having to use a physical, plastic nano-SIM card.  All supported devices.

Here are a few of the many ways you can use Dual SIM:

  • Use one number for business and another number for personal calls.
  • Using eSIM, Add a local data plan when you travel outside of the country or region.
  • Have separate voice and data plans.

Both of your phone numbers can make and receive voice calls and send and receive SMS. Your iPhone can use one cellular data network at a time.

What you need

  • An iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR with iOS 12.1 or later  (Not purchased in China or Hong Kong). Supported devices.
  • A QR code from the carrier or a carrier app from a wireless carrier like DTAC Thailand that supports eSIM
  • An unlocked iPhone.  If a CDMA carrier provides your first SIM, your second SIM won’t support CDMA. Contact your carrier for more information. If you have an enterprise or corporate cellular service plan, check with your company administrator to see if they support this feature.


Set up your cellular data roaming plan with DTAC eSIM

Your home plan uses a nano-SIM and the eSIM (or others) uses an eSIM. If you don’t have a nano-SIM and your carrier supports it, an eSIM can serve as your only cellular plan. The eSIM provided by your carrier is stored digitally in your iPhone.

To activate your eSIM cellular plan, you can scan the QR code, or you can enter the information manually:

Scan a QR code

  1. Go to Settings > Cellular.
  2. Tap Add Cellular Plan.
  3. Use your iPhone to scan the purchased eSIM QR code.

If you’re asked to enter a confirmation code to activate the eSIM, enter the number that provided.

Enter the information manually

If necessary, you can manually enter your plan information. Tap Enter Details Manually, at the bottom of your iPhone screen.

You can store more than one eSIM in your iPhone, but you can use only one at a time. You can switch eSIMs by tapping Settings > Cellular > Cellular Plans and tapping the plan you want to use. Then tap Turn On This Line.

The next sections give you more information about the remaining setup screens on your iPhone.

Label your plans

After your DTAC Tourist eSIM plan is activated, label your plans. For example, you can label one plan Primary and the other plan DTAC eSIM.

You’ll use these labels when you choose which phone number to use for making or receiving calls and messages, to designate a number for cellular data, and to assign a number to your contacts so you know which number you will use.

If you change your mind later, you can change your labels by going to Settings > Cellular and tapping the number whose label you want to change. Then tap Cellular Plan Label and select a new label or enter a custom label.

Choose how your plans work together

Set your default number, which iMessage and FaceTime use and which you will use when you call or send a message to someone who isn’t in your Contacts app.

On this screen, choose a number to be your default, or you can choose which number is to be used only for cellular data. Your other number will be your default.

Use Secondary eSIM for cellular data only: You might want to select this option if you’re traveling internationally and you want to keep Primary for voice, SMS, iMessage, and FaceTime. This will allow you to use Secondary for data.

Change your cellular data number

One number at a time can use cellular data. To change which number uses cellular data, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings > Cellular.
  2. Tap Cellular Data.
  3. Tap the number you want to use cellular data.

If you turn on Cellular Data Switching, then while you’re on a voice call on your voice-only number, that number automatically switches to use voice and data.* This lets you use both voice and data while on the call.

If you turn off Cellular Data Switching and you’re active on a voice number that isn’t your designated cellular-data number, then cellular data won’t work while you’re on the call.

To turn on Cellular Data Switching, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings > Cellular.
  2. Tap Cellular Data.
  3. Turn on Cellular Data Switching.

* Your data line switches automatically for the duration of your call. This cellular-data switching will not work if you are currently using Data Roaming. Check with your carrier for availability and to find out if additional fees apply.


  1. eSIM on iPhone is not offered in mainland China. In Hong Kong and Macau, only iPhone XS features eSIM. Learn about using Dual SIM with two nano-SIM cards in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau.
  2. This uses Dual SIM Dual Standby (DSDS) technology, which means that both SIMs can make and receive calls. If one number is on a call, incoming calls on the other number will go to voicemail.


Getting Help

More information visit Apple Support

Apple: Getting help with eSIM

DTAC Tourist SIM page

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