M2M One – May 2019 Newsletter

M2M One Newsletter – May 2019

Welcome to M2M One’s May 2019 Newsletter,

Hard to believe we are already heading towards the middle of the year – time sure has gone fast this year.  This month we continue our ongoing discussion around NB-IoT, welcome a new staff member and gear up for a number of trade shows we are participating in the second half of the year.

As always if you need any help or advice regarding your M2M  / IoT Solution please reach out so we can see how we can help.

Gideon Borden
Sales Manager | M2M One
  • NB-IoT – Trials Continue.

We have previously updated everyone on where we are with Telstra progress on releasing the NB-IoT plan  (https://www.m2mone.com.au/m2m-one-february-2019-newsletter/). As more time passes we are getting closer to a commercial launch of the NB-IoT plans. As a further update we now have a number of customer successfully testing on the new telstra.iot APN.

We still have some remaining trial sims so if you would like to get started please get in touch to arrange.

  • Welcome to Shobhana Mallela

We would like to welcome to the M2M One family, Shobhana Mallela who has joined the team as our newest Business Development Manager.  Shobhana come to us with many year experience in the Telecommunications industry managing a range of accounts for one of Telstra’s Partners.
Shobhana is excited to be onboard and help customers get the most of our their M2M One SIM services.

M2M One are proud to announce that we again are partnering with the Victorian Government’s Trade Mission to the CommunicAsia in June this year. We are looking forward to working with customers wanting to bring their innovative products to Australia.

We will be part of the Victorian Government Pavilion located at Level 5, Stand Number 5F4-01.  If you will be at the show please get in touch to set up a time to meet.

CommunicAsia 2019
June 18-20 2019
Marina Bay Sands,
Singapore

Our other upcomming shows:

Security Exhibition + Conference
July 24-26 2019
ICC Sydney,
Australia

National Roads & Traffic Expo 2019
September 17-18 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Australia

IoT Impact 2019
October 15-16 2019
University of Technology Sydney,
Australia

All-Energy Australia
October 23-24 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Australia

CeBIT Australia 2019
October 29-31 2019
ICC Sydney,
Australia

Each month we bring you tips and tricks for getting the most value out of the M2M Control Centre.

Troubleshooting SIM Performance – Diagnostics Tool
This month we look at how to utilize the Diagnostic tool in CISCO Jasper for some quick insights into SIM performance.
When you run the Diagnostic tool in CISCO Jasper it checks 4 elements:
· ;Provisioning
· SIM/Device
· Network Connection
· IP/Internet

Below is a quick guide to troubleshoot failures for each section:

  • Provisioning Failed – When you see this status it means your SIM card is simply not provisioned in a state that allows network activity in CISCO Jasper. This error will occur if your SIM cards are in any other state apart from ActivatedActivation Ready or Test Ready.

If you see this error, simply change the status of your SIM card in CISCO Jasper to the correct SIM State.

  • SIM/Device Failed – This error appears when the SIM is in a usable state in CISCO Jasper but is blocked at a network level, this typically happens when a SIM on a CAP plan has hit its data limit for the month or there has been a provisioning error at the M2M One side.

If you see this error contact support@m2mone.com.au for immediate help.

  • Network Connection Failed – This error means that the SIM is provisioned correctly but can’t register onto the mobile network, this is typically caused by the following:

·         No power to the device
·         Incorrect frequency bands for the mobile network (Example no 850Mhz 3G for Telstra)
·         No mobile coverage in area
·         SIM card incorrectly inserted or SIM reader damaged

When you see this error we recommend trying the following trouble shooting steps before contacting support@m2mone.com.au

1.       Check power to the device, if the device is powered try cycling the power to the modem
2.       Check you have the supported mobile frequencies on your device and in your location
3.       Check our coverage map to see if you have coverage in your area
4.       Test the SIM in a mobile phone to see if it registers
5.       Reinsert the SIM and check the contacts on the SIM reader

  • IP/Internet Failed – This error means that the SIM has been able to register on the mobile network but can’t pass IP/Data traffic. This is typically caused by the following:

·         Incorrect or misspelled APN in the device
·         Limited power to the modem
·         Limited signal strength
·         Incorrect ports or sockets open on device
·         IPX Address incorrectly configured (IPX customers only)

When you see this error we recommend trying the following trouble shooting steps before contacting support@m2mone.com.au

1.       Check the APN(s) in the device are spelt correctly
2.       Check signal strength on the device
3.       Check power to the device
4.       Send any necessary SMS commands to force a modem reboot

Have more questions about the M2M Control Centre or want some training?
Contact your M2M One account manager

M2M One – April 2019 Newsletter

M2M One Newsletter – April 2019

Welcome to M2M One’s April 2019 Newsletter,

Well another month has been and gone in a flash, for M2M One and the IoT industry in general there has been a lot happening!  In this issue we will be discussing our experiences at IoT Asia, changes to CISCO Jasper API security and a continued discussion on the progress of Telstra’s NB-IoT Launch as well as the 2100MHz 3G shutdown.

M2M One are gearing up for big last half of 2019 with at least 5 – 6 tradeshows on the calendar for us to attend – Keep an eye on our upcomming newsletters for details of shows coming up in your region with information on how to attend and meet the M2M One team.

  • IoT Asia

IoT Asia was back in Singapore last week and once again showcased a wide array of businesses either looking for or offering services in the M2M and IoT Space.  While smaller than previous years, it was a great regional showcase for some of the more innovative and interesting applications in IoT.

There was a lot of buzz around NB-IoT and Cat-M1. Interestingly there were many companies developing hardware and software solutions, even though there are still only a handful of countries around the world and specifically in APAC with these networks up and running, (Australia being at the forefront of Cat-M1 deployments).

With the ever increasing power of data and control being understood there are many new industries being introduced to M2M and IoT.  One such industry that had a number of players on show at IoT Asia this year was the connected Public Bathroom.  Sensors dotted around Public Restrooms on toilet roll holders, doors and stalls with Ammonium level sensing, collate information and let the cleaning staff know when to clean the bathrooms – increasing both time and cost efficiencies while maintaining better quality facilities for the customers.

This is a great example of an industry that would never have thought of a connected solution a mere 5 years ago, but the advancement in the hardware, software and networks has made this a possibility.  If you are keen to explore ways in which you may be able to take advantage of new technologies like this please get in touch  with the IoT specialists at M2M One for a discussion.

  • Cisco Jasper API Scheduled Security Update

As is required from time to time, Jasper has an upcoming maintenance planned on its API Security Certificate.

If you access the Control Center Platform via the API or a system that uses a pre-loaded *.jasper.com certificate, then you may need to take further action to ensure that you can continue to access the platform after this change.

This change only affects customer using the API – and you should have also received direct communication from Telstra regarding this.

If you have not received this and need the updated Security Certificate please contact support@m2mone.com.au

Planned Change Date: 17th April 2:00pm AEST and will take about 2 hours.

  • NB-IoT – Trials Continue.

Last month we brought you some updates as to where we are with regards to the commercial launch of the NB-IoT network on Telstra (https://www.m2mone.com.au/m2m-one-february-2019-newsletter/) The NB-IoT trials are continuing and we now have many customers with successful connections on NB-IoT SIMs (using the new “telstra.iot” APN)

Telstra are still finalizing what the commercial plans will look like and as soon as we find out we will share them.  In the meantime if you would like to trial some NB-IoT SIMs please get in touch.

  • Telstra 2100Mhz 3G Shutdown has been delayed.

We have mentioned in the past few newsletters that the 2100Mhz shut down will commence from 25th March 2019.  We have recently received information from Telstra that this has been delayed until 30th April 2019.

The main reason for the delay is to allow certain devices detected on the network time to change the hardware as it was detected that they would not work on 850MHz.

As previously discussed, as long as your device in the field can operate on the 850Mhz frequency or LTE (Band 28 – 700Mhz or Band 3 – 1800Mhz), you should be fine – you may need to do a power cycle to re-register to the network.

If you are still experiencing further issues after the 30th of April (and your device is 850Mhz capable) please get in touch with support for further help.  Support can be reached by:

  • Phone: 03 9696 3011 – Option 2(9:00am – 5:00pm; Monday – Friday (Melbourne time))
    or
  • Emailsupport@m2mone.com.au

Security Exhibition + Conference
July 24-26 2019
ICC Sydney,
Australia

IoT Impact 2019
September 10-11 2019
University of Technology Sydney,
Australia

National Roads & Traffic Expo 2019
September 17-18 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Australia

All-Energy Australia
October 23-24 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Australia

CeBIT Australia 2019
October 29-31 2019
ICC Sydney,
Australia

Each month we bring you tips and tricks for getting the most value out of the M2M Control Centre.

Batch Updates:

One of the great features of Cisco Jasper, is that you have the ability to add customer information to every sim card you have under management.  This help for support and in breaking down the information at the end of each month when doing reports.  While you can do this by manually editing each field, when you start connecting larger number of devices this can become quite tedious.

Enter the Batch update – Instead of updating Custom Fields manually in Jasper, or changing SIM States page by page, large changes can be made via uploading an excel spreadsheet through a Batch Update. This feature is quite useful for when you have a number of SIMs needing updating.

  • Step 1 – Download a working file: 

Start by navigating to the services page. From here you can take an export of your SIMs. This will create a spreadsheet that can be opened in Excel. On this sheet you can then make the changes you require.

  • Step 2 – Edit the sheet with your specific information.

In order to upload these changes, you will need to save the spreadsheet with some specific headings (More details on this below) and upload it back to Jasper. This can be done by clicking on Services, then Batch Update. Under the Actions option you will then be able to upload the file.

Jasper will send you an email when the file has been uploaded.

There are some special considerations when utilising Batch Updates. The SIM ICCID must be used as one of the columns, as this is how Jasper identifies the SIMS. There are also special headings you must use for each field and not your custom headings, and these can be found below.

Have more questions about the M2M Control Centre or want some training?
Contact your M2M One account manager

M2M One – June 2018 Newsletter

M2M One Newsletter – June 2018

Welcome to M2M One’s June Newsletter,

This month M2M One are proud to have once again been nominated to represent Victorian ICT companies in the annual Victorian Government trade mission to CommunicAsia in Singapore. We’re excited to join the mission and connect with IoT thought leaders in SE Asia and see what new developments are coming from the region.

In the newsletter this month we have an update on Telstra’s plans around 3G longevity in Australia as well as impact on the 2100Mhz frequency.

We’ve now also finished the work to phase out our old CAP data plans, from 1st of June M2M One will only offer Group Data plans to customers and will help configure automation rules to make sure excess is managed.

  • Telstra 3G Sunset update & 2100Mhz Frequency

When Telstra completed their 2G shutdown on December 1st 2016 we advised customers that for longevity of 3G all devices must support 850Mhz 3G as a minimum (See our original letter here) This is because the 2100Mhz frequency operated by Telstra was only ever designed to support additional capacity in populated areas and never as a primary frequency for deployment.

Telstra have now confirmed that as part of their tuning activities in preparation for the larger 3G shutdown they are reducing capacity on the 2100Mhz across the country – Any customers using M2M One services in a 2100Mhz only device are advised to upgrade to a 850Mhz 3G or 4G/LTE compatible device as soon as possible to avoid disruption.

Telstra’s official statement on 2100Mhz is below:

“Since the launch of Next G ® network in 2006 any 3G2100MHz cells we have deployed were for capacity only (not coverage) and with the dissolution of the 3GIS partnership in 2012 any 3G 2100MHz cells were generally only retained where there was a pressing need for additional 3G capacity on top of the 3G coverage layer using 850MHz. From that time forward there has been little contiguous 3G2100 coverage. The closure of 2G in 2016 would have left any residual 2100-only devices with very fragmentary coverage. What remains is now is being gradually decommissioned so the spectrum can be re-farmed to 4G technology.”

Longer term with 850Mhz 3G, Telstra’s statement remains:

“Telstra intends that the 3G network will remain in service until at least 2020. Closure activities may commence from 2020 although initially this is more likely to be simple re-purposing of part of the 3G spectrum (as 3G capacity becomes freed from migration to 4G) with no material impacts on our 3G customer base. Full or partial geographic closure may occur any time after 2020, but would be unlikely before 2022. In any case we will provide a reasonable notice period of any shutdown activities that would impact end customers. Full closure is most certainly expected well before 2030. So somewhere between 2020 and 2030 the 3G network will be shut down but precisely when has not yet been decided”

  • New M2M One Pricing and removal of CAP Data Plans

As advised in our previous newsletter M2M One have now phased out CAP Data Plans from our service offering. M2M One has never been happy with the way the hard cap worked, and the issues it caused with customers end devices – We’ve been working on alternative methods of providing the reliability and excess management of the CAP plans while adding more flexibility back in the customers hands.

We’re now pleased to offer customers a complete managed service for excess usage management. Our Melbourne account team are now viewing customers accounts in real time and as soon as we see you breaching your data pool you’ll recieve a call or email immiediately with clear action steps to reduce any excess costs.

For customers who still want to limit the ammount of data each SIM card can use, we can assist you with setting up automation rules on the CISCO Jasper control centre – To get help or training on the platform please contact your account manager.

M2M One are once again excited and proud to be part of the Victorian Pavillion at CommunicAsia 2018 in Singapore.

Inspired by the radical changes in the ICT industry, the refreshed CommunicAsia continues to be Asia’s most established and relevant event for industry professionals in the telecommunications sector. It brings together thought-leaders, decision makers, influencers throughout the ecosystem to network, explore new technologies, share ideas and create valuable opportunities for all.

CommunicAsia
26 – 28 June 2018

(Tuesday – Thursday)
Marina Bay Sands Expo
Singapore
Visitors can register for the entire ConnecTech Asia event (Including CommunicAsia) by using the following link: https://www.connectechasia.com/exhibit-attend/visitor-registration/
M2M One can be found at the Victorian Pavilion at 5F4-01 in Hall 5 (Top Floor) of the Marina Bay Sands

Each month we bring you tips and tricks for getting the most value out of the M2M Control Centre.

How to create an automation rule to manage excess usage on a SIM

This month we look at using the powerful Automation Rules in CISCO Jasper to replicate the CAP function of our old plans but giving you the control to reactivate the SIM if needed, instead of needing to contact M2M One Support.

When you log into the control centre select Automation from the home page

From the automation rules screen click on + Create New button to create a new automation rule

From here select Usage Monitoring as the rule category then select Cycle to Date Data Usage to create a new rule that will be triggered on data usage in a billing month. The example below shows you the correct set-up for triggering a rule to Deactivate a SIM that has used over 1MB of data in a billing month. With this rule when a SIM gets deactivated, if you need to use it again in the month you can simply change the SIM status in the control centre back to Activated to use it again – No need to get M2M One to unblock it.

Have more questions about the M2M Control Centre or want some training?
Contact your M2M One account manager

M2M One – June 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to M2M One’s June Newsletter – M2M One were proud to once again participate in the Victorian Government’s trade mission to Singapore. Our goal on this mission was twofold – to help businesses outside of Australia get quick, simple access to local Australian SIMs and connectivity without any commercial restrictions or limitations, and to launch our new M2M One Global SIM (Read more about our global SIM here)

This month we invite to join us at Security 2016, highlight the M2M Control Centre API, highlight our participation in the recent CommunicAsia Expo, introduce you to our partners in M2M One NZ and as always, we remind customers that Telstra will be shutting down their 2G network on 1st of December 2016.


This month’s newsletter features:

  1. Trade Event – Security 2016
  2. M2M Control Centre – API Integration
  3. Highlights – CommunicAsia 2016 Photo Gallery
  4. Partner Spotlight – M2M One New Zealand
  5. Customer Reminder – Telstra 2G (GSM) 900MHz Shutdown

1. Trade Event  Security 2016

We are looking forward to exhibiting again at the annual ASIAL Security exhibition in Melbourne later this month,the show runs from the 20th – 22nd July at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

M2M One will be exhibiting our range of M2M/IoT SIM Cards alongside some of the leading solution providers in the security industry – M2M/IoT connectivity has become a standard in the security industry over the years and M2M One are proud to support some of Australia’s leading security companies.

M2M One Services are used in a number of Security applications including:

  • IP Alarm Panels & Dialers
  • Wireless IP Cameras
  • Access Control & Authorisation Systems
  • Failover & Redundancy
  • Lone Worker Safety
  • Vehicle & Asset management & tracking
If you’d like to know more about how M2M One are working with the security industry please visit us at stand G-32 at Security 2016.

2. M2M Control Centre – API Integration

The M2M Control Center provides an application programming interface (API) that allows you to access and edit data in Control Center from an external application. Using the API you can perform many of the same tasks you can handle through Control Center’s web interface, including:

  • Managing your devices
  • Monitoring data, SMS, and voice usage
  • Sending messages to a device
  • Updating custom fields and terminal information
M2M One can provide customers with a set of API credentials to start experimenting and developing with the Control Centre API immediately – A full guide can also be viewed from the API Integration section within the control centre.
Using the API is free of charge for all M2M One Customers however support is limited to basic commands, if you want M2M One to assist you with writing an application, debugging existing code or integrating into an additional piece of software please contact your account manager to arrange a quote for M2M Design Services.
For M2M Control Centre Training speak to you account manager

3. Highlights – CommunicAsia 2016 Photo Gallery

M2M One had a great time participating in CommunicAsia Singapore this year – Asia’s largest integrated ICT event. CommunicAsia took place at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore on 31 May – 3 June.
We’d like to extend a huge thank you to Trade Victoria for organising and tirelessly supporting our attendance at the event, alongside other innovative Australian businesses.
We were also fortunate to have the MP for Innovation, Trade & Small Business Phillip Dalidakis visit our stand, to talk with us about the services we offer in Australia, and now, overseas.
You can view our photo gallery from the event on our blog and we look forward to seeing you all next year!

4. Partner Spotlight – M2M One NZ

Need access to local dedicated SIMs in New Zealand?

Did you know that M2M One also has an office in New Zealand? – Founded by former M2M One AU manager Andrew Dykes, M2M One NZ offer the same dedicated M2M/IoT connectivity services you’ve come to expect from M2M One, all using the SPARK (Formerly Telecom NZ) network.
M2M One NZ SIM Features:
  • Dedicated access to the SPARK NZ mobile network
  • Flexible data plans from low to high usage applications
  • SMS & Voice plans
  • Private networking for dedicated service
For more information about M2M One NZ visit www.m2mone.co.nz or contact them directly on info@m2mone.co.nz

5. Reminder – Telstra 2G 900MHz Shutdown

M2M One would like to continue to remind customers that Telstra will discontinue their 2G/GSM 900MHz network on the 1st of December 2016. This will impact all M2M One customers utilising 2G/GSM only hardware in Australia.

You can view our official notification here

M2M One customers with 2G devices have the opportunity to utilise 3G and soon, 4G LTE. All M2M One SIM cards are compatible with the Telstra 2G, 3G (and soon) 4G network, so you will not need to physically change any SIM cards from M2M One.

M2M One customers affected by the shut down of Telstra’s 2G/GSM network who are looking for solutions/alternatives for their 2G/GSM devices are advised to contact a 3G/4G LTE device vendor.
Please read M2M One’s notification of the shutdown if you haven’t already.

You can also read our blog on the Australian 2G Shutdown

M2M One – May 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to M2M One’s May Newsletter – M2M One are proud to once again be participating in the Victorian Government’s trade mission to Singapore, our goal is to help businesses outside of Australia get quick, simple access to SIMs and connectivity without any commercial restrictions or limitations on Australia’s largest mobile network.

We’re now starting to get some insights from chipset manufacturers and networks around what the future holds for LTE networks, particularly as it pertains to Narrowband (NB-IoT). Keep an eye on our website for some blogs and thought pieces on how to best take advantage of these new developments in the coming months.

This month we invite to join us at CommunicAsia in Singapore, introduce you to our partners M2M One New Zealand, highlight our participation in the recent CeBIT expo in Sydney, and explore a new global roaming SIM in the Product Spotlight. In addition, as always, we remind customers that Telstra will be shutting down their 2G network on 1st of December 2016.

This month’s newsletter features:

  1. Trade Event – CommunicAsia 2016
  2. M2M Control Centre – Billable States
  3. Highlights – CeBIT Australia 2016
  4. Product Spotlight – M2M One Global Roaming SIM
  5. Customer Reminder – Telstra 2G (GSM) 900MHz Shutdown

1. Trade Event  CommunicAsia 2016

M2M One CommunicAsia 2016

 

M2M One is excited to be exhibiting our range of M2M SIM Cards, Data Plans & Networking
services at the Victorian Government Pavilion stand, booth no. BN2-01 at CommunicAsia in Singapore this year. 

CommunicAsia is Asia’s largest integrated ICT event, offering solutions across Big Data Analytics, Cloud, e-Government & e-Services, M2M, Security, Smartcard/RFID, Wearables, and many more.

Held concurrently with Enterprise IT 2016 and Broadcast Asia 2016, and incorporating SatComm 2016, CommunicAsia maintains its standing as THE one-stop venue for ICT professionals to:

  • Chart future directions of the Information Technology sector
  • Address critical industry-related issues within Asia Pacific markets
  • Develop strategic partnerships among key players in the ICT ecosystem
  • Source for the latest industry-targeted technologies and innovations to adapt and respond to challenges and opportunities
If you’d like to arrange a meeting with any of the M2M One staff at CommunicAsia, please reply to this email with a suggested time and date.

2. M2M Control Centre – Billable States

M2M One has a number of SIM states available to customers in the M2M Control Centre, but are you clear on which states will generate a charge?

Billable States

  • Activated – Any SIM in ‘Activated’ state at the end of the calendar month will generate a charge regardless of if it has used data or not – If you have a SIM that has not used any data you will need to move the SIM to a non-billable state before the end of the month to avoid paying the monthly service fee.

Non-Billable States

  • Test Ready – All M2M One SIMs are shipped in Test Ready state. This state does not generate a monthly charge but is provisioned and ready to be used at any time. When a SIM uses over 20KB of data or sends 4 SMS messages the SIM will automatically move to ‘Activated State’ and become billable. Note: Once a SIM has left Test Ready it can never return to this state. 
  • Activation Ready – ‘Activation Ready’ is exactly the same as ‘Test Ready’ but without the data/sms allowance. Any data, SMS or voice usage will instantly send a SIM into a billable ‘Activated’ state.
  • Inventory, Deactivated, Retired – These three states function in exactly the same way, but have different ‘vanity’ labels to better manage SIM stock. Any SIM moved into one of these three states will not generate a monthly fee and the SIM will cease to function immediately. To start using the SIM again you will need to manually move the SIM from one of these states to either ‘Activated’ or ‘Activation Ready’ – Customers tend to use Inventory to mark unused stock, Deactivated to mark temporarily suspended SIMs and Retired to mark SIMs that have been lost, stolen or otherwise unusable.

We hope these definitions make it clearer for all customers using the M2M Control Centre and helps manage cost and stock more efficiently.

Important – SIMs that have used data within the billing month will be charged their full rate plan for the month regardless of SIM state.

For more information on the M2M Control Centre email support@m2mone.com.au

3. Highlights – CeBIT Australia 2016

M2M One had a great time participating in CeBIT Australia this year – a worldwide event recognised as the place to be for tech innovation. CeBIT took place at the Sydney Olympic Park Showgrounds on 2-4 May.
As well as exhibiting – M2M One, in conjunction with Ken Hosac from US hardware supplier Cradlepoint, participated in the Internet of Things Conference. On Wednesday 4th May in the Dome Theatre, Ken spoke on ‘Reinventing and Empowering Retail with the Internet of Things’.
M2M One were also invited to deliver a 25 minute seminar on ‘Developing a Cellular IoT/M2M Solution in Australia’ at the Showfloor B Theatre – You can view the slides from this presentation here.
Once again, we’d also like to extend a huge thank you all our customers who provided testimonials for our nomination to the CeBIT business awards this year. Due in no small part to your generous feedback, we were short-listed as a finalist for the CeBIT Business Award for Service Distinction.
You can view our photo gallery from the event on our blog and we look forward to seeing you all next year at CeBIT Australia 2017!

4. Product Spotlight – M2M One Global SIM

Need access to a single SIM for global M2M/IoT deployments?

M2M One realize the importance of simplifying a global M2M deployment with as few SIMs and providers as possible. That’s why M2M One have introduced the M2M One Global SIM, designed to provide access to over 500 carriers on a single SIM with pricing to benefit M2M/IoT solutions.
M2M One Global SIM Features:
  • Access to over 500 carriers in 170+ countries
  • Data pooling across multiple regions for simplified pricing
  • Flexible data rates from as low as 500KB ranging to 50MB per device in selected areas
  • Single APN for ease of deployment
  • No carrier steering, use the best carrier for your region
M2M One Global SIM coverage includes the following countries:
Albania | Anguilla | Antigua and Barbuda | Argentina | Armenia | Aruba | Austria | Azerbaijan | Bangladesh | Barbados | Belgium | Bermuda | Bolivia | Brazil | British Virgin Islands | Brunei Darussalam | Bulgaria | Canada | Cayman Islands | Chile | China | Colombia | Congo | Costa Rica | Croatia | Cyprus | Czech Republic | Denmark | Dominica | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | Egypt | El Salvador | Estonia | Faeroe Islands | Fiji | Finland | France | Georgia | Germany | Ghana | Gibraltar | Greece | Grenada | Guatemala | Guyana | Honduras | Hong Kong | Hungary | Iceland | India | Indonesia | Ireland | Israel | Italy | Jamaica | Japan | Jersey & Guernsey – Channel Islands | Kazakhstan | Kenya | Kuwait | Kyrgyzstan Republic | Laos | Latvia | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Macau | Malaysia | Malta | Martinique | Mexico | Moldova | Montserrat | Morocco | Nauru | Nepal | Netherlands | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Nigeria | Norway | Pakistan | Panama | Papua New Guinea | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Poland | Portugal | Puerto Rico | Republic of Korea | Romania | Russian Federation | Rwanda | Saint Kitts and Nevi | Saudi Arabia | Senegal | Serbia | Singapore | Slovakia | Slovenia | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | Sri Lanka | St. Lucia | St. Vincent & Grenadine | Suriname | Sweden | Switzerland | Taiwan | Tajikistan | Tanzania | Thailand | Tonga | Trinidad and Tobago | Turkey | Turks and Caicos | Ukraine | United Arab Emirates | United Kingdom | Uruguay | USA | Uzbekistan | Venezuela
For more information about the M2M One Global SIM email info@m2mone.com.au

5. Reminder – Telstra 2G 900MHz Shutdown

M2M One would like to continue to remind customers that Telstra will discontinue their 2G/GSM 900MHz network on the 1st of December 2016. This will impact all M2M One customers utilising 2G/GSM only hardware in Australia.

You can view our official notification here

M2M One customers with 2G devices have the opportunity to utilise 3G and soon, 4G LTE. All M2M One SIM cards are compatible with the Telstra 2G, 3G (and soon) 4G network, so you will not need to physically change any SIM cards from M2M One.

M2M One customers affected by the shut down of Telstra’s 2G/GSM network who are looking for solutions/alternatives for their 2G/GSM devices are advised to contact a 3G/4G LTE device vendor.
Please read M2M One’s notification of the shutdown if you haven’t already.

You can also read our blog on the Australian 2G Shutdown

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