Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage

In this article, a virtual card issuing service for traffic arbitrage – Flexcard will explain in detail what Esim is and break down each service in detail.

eSIM (or embedded SIM) is a programmable chip integrated into your device (be it a smartphone, tablet, or laptop). It functions just like a physical SIM card, providing the ability to send and receive messages, surf the internet, and make or receive calls. It is important to note that activating an eSIM does not require physically inserting a SIM card into your phone or tablet. All you need to do is download the appropriate app and connect to the appropriate service.

Virtual SIM cards also do not limit you in choosing a certain mobile operator. You can switch from one operator to another at any time. Deactivation of the old SIM card is not required. Visiting a telecom showroom or waiting for a courier with a new card is also not required. An additional advantage of eSIM is the possibility to connect several numbers to it simultaneously and use them as needed.

In addition, some services allow you to issue international virtual SIM cards. For example:

  • Holafly
  • Drimsim
  • Airalo
  • aloSIM
  • Yesim
  • TonMobile
  • Breeze

What are virtual SIM cards for in-traffic arbitrage?

The eSIM, or embedded SIM card technology, is an important tool in traffic arbitrage, making it easier to register users and track their actions. The virtual SIM card integrates with traffic sources and registers with various services such as email, messengers, and social networks. This brings more convenience to arbitrageurs by speeding up the launch of advertising campaigns, collecting analytics, and optimizing ads. In addition, using a virtual SIM card guarantees data security and anonymity in the online sphere.

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Let’s break down each service with virtual SIM cards below. Here we go!


Holafly is a service that offers eSIMs for traveling to over 130 countries. The price of an eSIM depends on the country selected. For example, for European countries, the price starts from 19 euros, and for Asian countries, the price starts from 27 euros.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


Drimsim is an international virtual mobile operator available in over 200 countries, offering a variety of tariffs and packages. Drimsim is suitable for use with any SIM-enabled smartphone or tablet.

To start using eSIM, you need to purchase a card on the service’s website and activate it.

Drimsim offers a variety of tariffs, including packages with unlimited calls and messages.

The key benefits of Drimsim include:

  • The eSIM works in 200+ countries.
  • Cost about 10 euros.
  • Fast eSIM activation on the device.
  • No subscription fee.
  • Ability to manage services via website or mobile application for iOS and Android.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


Airalo – is a platform that allows you to access mobile internet abroad using an eSIM on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. The service provides access to more than 200 GEOs.

Local, regional, and international eSIM cards are available on Airalo. International cards not only allow you to use the internet but also to make calls and send SMS messages.

Benefits of using Airalo include:

  • The ability to pay fares through various payment systems such as Capitalist, PayPal, and Alipay.
  • Mobile application for easy use on iOS and Android devices.
  • Electronic SIM support for both Apple and Samsung devices.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


aloSIM – is a service covering over 170 GEOs worldwide where you can purchase an eSIM for your device. aloSIM provides access through both the website and apps for iOS and Android devices.

aloSIM has two types of starter packs: by region and by individual country. The most popular locations include Mexico, France, Canada, the USA, and the UK. The cost of the starter package depends on the country you choose and the amount of internet traffic you plan to use.

AloSIM’s eSIM cards are not designed for calling or texting but are ideal for surfing the internet and messenger.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


Yesim – is a service that offers eSIM cards designed solely for data and not associated with a cell phone number.

To install a virtual SIM card from Yesim, follow these steps:

  1. Download the app on your iOS or Android device.
  2. Select the necessary tariff plan.
  3. Activate eSIM through the application.
  4. Go to the mobile data settings on your device and enable data roaming if necessary.
  5. In your device settings, select Yesim’s eSIM as your preferred eSIM.

As with other services, virtual SIM cards from Yesim can be used only once: the QR code used for activation is unique and cannot be reused.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


TonMobile provides the ability to quickly purchase and pay for electronic SIM cards.

Here’s how to purchase an eSIM with TonMobile:

  • Go to TonMobile’s Telegram bot
  • Select your desired country and tariff
  • Install and activate eSIM according to the instructions in Telegram bot
  • Track your balance and other information in TonMobile’s Telegram bot

TonMobile is not suitable for calls and SMS. As with other services, the e-SIM card cannot be reused or reinstalled on another device.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


Breeze provides services in 150 countries and allows connection to 245 mobile operators. Users have the option to purchase multiple tariffs at the same time, with the selected eSIMs being stored on their devices.

How to download eSIM:

  • Go to the Breeze website
  • Choose the right package to suit your needs
  • Install the eSIM by following the instructions on the website
  • Fill the balance.

Electronic SIM is available for both Apple and Samsung devices.

Virtual SIM cards: how to use them in traffic arbitrage


In conclusion, eSIM is an innovative and convenient technology that allows you to work with international operators without a physical SIM card. Installation of eSIM is easy with download and activation via a QR code or app. With eSIM, there is no need to spend money on roaming charges.

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