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31. OneSim VoIP
    • When making an outgoing call how do I select which way the call should go: through regular roaming or through OneSim VoIP?

      To make an outgoing call using OneSim VoIP, you need to be registered on a Wi-Fi network and have the OneSim VoIP app running on your phone. You should make the call using the OneSim VoIP app dial pad. To make a call the regular roaming way, you should make a call from your regular phone dial pad.
32. OneSim VoIP
    • Where can I find the settings required to be entered into the OneSim VoIP app?

      Once you create the OneSim VoIP account, you will be emailed settings and instructions. You can also see the settings in the My SIM Cards menu of your online account.
33. OneSim VoIP
    • How do I know if the Personal Extra Number (PEN) I currently have is OneSim VoIP compatible?

      Log in to your OneSimCard account, go to the My Sim Cards menu and scroll down. If your PEN is VoIP compatible you will see an option to create a OneSim VoIP account. At this time all OneSimCard PENs are SIM VOIP capable except for UK Mobile numbers.
34. eSIM
    • Do you offer an eSIM option for iPhones, Androids or Tablets?

      Yes. The OneSimCard eSIM option is available for use with iOS and Android phones, smart watches and even Windows tablets.

      eSIM is not a physical SIM, but rather a program that can be downloaded to eSIM compatible phones and device.

      The list of supported devices includes:

      • iOS:
        iPhone 12, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE 2 (2020), iPad Air/Pro (3rd Gen), iPad Mini 5.

      • Android:
        Google Pixel 3a, 4, 4XL, 5; Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra; Samsung Galaxy Z Flip; Samsung Watch S4; Huawei Watch 2 Pro; Huawei P40, P40 Pro.

      • Windows 10:
        Acer Swift 7, ASUS NovaGo, HP Envy x2, Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 630, Lenovo Yoga 630, Microsoft Surface Pro X/Go 2/Pro with LTE Advanced.

      Learn more about eSIM compatibility on the eSIM page.

       Note: iPhone XS and XR manufactured for the Chinese Market have 2 physical SIM card slots and are not eSIM capable. Pixel 3a can't use eSIM if the phone was purchased in Japan, or if bought with Verizon or Charter service.
35. OneSim VoIP
    • Why can't I receive phone calls and¬†SMS on my Android phone when the screen is off?

      Newer Android OS versions have settings that do not allow apps to run in the background by default. This means that you will get an SMS or a phone call only while your phone display is ON. Once the  phone goes to sleep, the app will get deactivated.

      To fix this, you need to make a change in your phone's battery optimization settings:

      Settings -> Apps and notifications -> See All Apps -> 1SimVoIP -> Advanced -> Battery -> Don't Optimize

      The settings path may slightly differ depending on the phone model, but usually it is located in the  App's Battery menu.
36. eSIM
    • Can I use Facetime and iMessage with eSIM?

      Yes, you can use Facetime and iMessage with eSIM, which now offers a mobile number ID.


      Additionally, the eSIM data service can be used for the actual data part of your communications. So, when you are installing eSIM on iPhone, you can select the Primary service for Facetime and iMessage and then if your selected eSIM to be your primary data service, the communications will go over eSIM mobile data.
37. OneSim VoIP
    • Is text messaging available on the OneSim VoIP App?

      OneSimCard SIM VoIP users with US and Canadian numbers may now send and receive text messages over the OneSim VoIP app on iPhone and Android. The cost to sending a message is $0.05 per text to most countries. Receiving message is $0.05.  

       

      OneSimCard SIM VoIP users with US and Canadian numbers may now send and receive text messages over the OneSim VoIP app on iPhone. The cost to send or receive each message is $0.05. 

38. OneSim VoIP
    • Can I used OneSim VoIP over the Internet Data offered by OneSimCard SIM? Will it save me anything?

      In countries where the cost of using mobile Internet Data is below 20 c/MB, the cost of using SIM VoIP over the data is comparable or smaller than the actual calling rate from the country.
      As a rule ot thumb, the SIM VoIP will use 1MB /Min of talk time. So if the cost of Data in the country is 10 c/MB, then 1 minute SIM VoIP call will cost you 12 cent /minute. You need to have a 3G connection in order for SIM VoIP to work this way.
39. OneSim VoIP
    • I can make calls through OneSim VoIP. However incoming calls are going through my roaming SIM. What's wrong?

      If your incoming calls are not being routed through the OneSim VoIP app then you are either not connected to Wi-Fi or the OneSim VoIP app is not active.

      Please make sure to check your phone's sleep settings, as they are usually preset to have Wi-Fi turn off when the phone enters sleep mode. To prevent this and to keep OneSim VoIP active for incoming calls, find the settings in your phone and set it so Wi-Fi does not turn off when the phone enters sleep mode.

      Note: if the OneSim VoIP logo on the top of your phone display is gray then you will not be able to receive calls through the application. When the logo is yellow that means you are connected and can receive calls through OneSim VoIP.
40. OneSim VoIP
    • Which phone number will be shown on the caller ID when I make a call using OneSim VoIP?

      Your active OneSim VoIP Personal Extra Number (PEN) will be shown on the caller ID.

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