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Travel Tech Firm Hubby Launches eSIM Solution in UK & Ireland Markets

Travel tech company Hubby has launched its eSIM solution in the UK and Ireland market, marking its arrival with an integration with online travel agent On the Beach.

The Hubby eSIM is intuitively and specifically designed with tour operator and travel providers’ needs in mind, enabling them to offer customers the connectivity that they crave as part of their package, as well as the security of knowing they are connected and contactable during disruption.

Hubby co-founder and CEO, Thijs van der Wijk said: “Hubby was born out of personal frustration. Connecting to the internet safely, securely, reliably and without exorbitant costs when travelling should be easy but it isn’t. Global data roaming, particularly for UK travellers post-Brexit, is not good enough and with the UK travel market so established, we’re here to change that.”

“Our partnership with On the Beach proves how quickly and seamlessly we can start delivering value, withsign off to activation taking just two weeks. For us, a modern-day package should have four component parts, not three: flight, hotel, transfer AND mobile connectivity. Our eSIM is the ideal solution, but it’s only the beginning – we have big ambitions for future innovation that will deliver huge improvements to the customer experience and enable travellers to better enjoy real-world connection.”

Hubby eSIM is easily and quickly integrated, with a tailored, end-to-end solution and no up-front investment. Valuable real-time insight can also be provided to help make informed, data-driven decisions and foster deeper relationships with customers. 

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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