How eSim Cards Are Helping War-Hit Gazans To Access the Internet

eSIM cards are helping people in Gaza stay connected during the war. They provide intermittent but essential communication with loved ones and allow journalists to report on the situation. The cards are also used by doctors, civil defense employees, and UNRWA to coordinate aid efforts. However, internet access is required to activate the cards, and they can be expensive, ranging from $15 to $100. Many expats also rely on journalists with eSIMs to get updates on the situation in Gaza and their families. Tap for more at Ndtv