eSIM has a lot of benefits. but I'm just old school I guess. if the phone breaks I can transfer the sim card to another phone without having to call the silly cellphone carrier. eSIM is great but the technology is so new. It's funny though, some P6P owners actually said that when they got an eSIM, their connection got better, but this is completely unheard of (and probably has to do with the carrier apn configuration on the 6 series.@Alekos thank you for the feedback.
Since the P6P supports eSim, testing other providers should be easy, right? I am guessing that using eSim doesn't make a difference in network connectivity performance. If you understand otherwise, please let me know.
And yes. I will definitely get a new sim. Can't hurt; might help.
I'm also against eSIM because of privacy concerns etc. I have 2 different phones (one of them with a different name and address) that I use, so I'm kinda against eSIMs for different reasons. but try it. theoretically it should be no different in cell coverage, but crazier things have happened.