SIM Card Required Computers
These computers require you to purchase and activate a SIM card from your mobile provider separately. Insert the SIM card into the slot on your PC and you’ll be ready to go.
eSIM (Embedded SIM) Computers
These computers are equipped with eSIM.5 This means they have a SIM built in and you can set up the computer from almost anywhere—even from home—by using the Mobile Plans app. You don't have to go to a physical shop.2
Simple to set up
Connecting to your mobile operator is as simple as putting the SIM into the compatible Windows 10 computer.1 Or with your eSIM PC, use the Mobile Plans app2 for easy setup.
Choose how to connect
Get online via WiFi or LTE.3 For LTE, just add the LTE-enabled computer to your existing phone plan through your provider. Or with your eSIM PC, purchase a new prepaid plan through the Mobile Plans app.2
Get the speed you need with up to gigabit LTE.4 And you can seamlessly switch to WiFi without the concern of being offline.
Get started with the Mobile Plans app
You can use eSIM5 to set up the computer from almost anywhere.6 Just open the Mobile Plans app2 on a compatible Windows 10 computer and it will detect your computer's eSIM card and guide you through the setup process.
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1 Roaming fees may apply.
2 Mobile Plans application requires specialised hardware, including cellular modem and SIM card or eSIM. Please check with PC manufacturer for details. SIM may be sold separately.
3 Fees may apply.
4 Hardware dependent.
5 eSIM capable PC required. Not all carriers support eSIM.
6 Internet access required.