Gemalto’s remote subscription management solution helps Lenovo customers be always connected

Gemalto, the provider in digital security is delivering flexible connectivity for Lenovo smart devices across 160 countries. Lenovo has selected Gemalto as its preferred remote SIM provisioning provider for their Lenovo Connect service.

With the On-Demand Connectivity and embedded SIM (eSIM) solution, there is no need to buy a separate SIM card or visit a store to activate the subscription.

“Lenovo Connect’s eSIM provides users with seamless smart connectivity experience across regions, devices, accounts, networks and borders.” said Dr. Wang Shuai, vice president of Lenovo Group, general manager of Lenovo Connect. We trust that Gemalto’s worldwide expertise of On-Demand connectivity will help us deliver enhanced customer experience when it comes to staying secure, connected and mobile internationally.”

“Lenovo Connect brings a new approach in connectivity when users can even share the same plan across devices”, said David Buhan, senior vice president Mobile and IoT Services at Gemalto. “Compatible with eSIM technology, Gemalto’s On-Demand connectivity solution ensures a seamless experience for connected consumers, which has become a basic need in our hyper connected world.”

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