The SIM can be used in any unlocked GSM compatible with device such as a tablet, smartphone, laptop or hotspot.
Usage Case Examples
Dongles, MiFi devices, Tablets, Smartphones.
Wearables, In Car Wi-Fi+
Footprint – UK / EU / EEA / Switzerland / USA.
MBB Essential UK & Europe - Additional destinations within the standard global zone - £0.15 per MB.
MBB Global – Additional destinations within the extended global zone - £0.135.
Up to 2 networks available in all countries.
Multi-IMSI SIM delivers WAN Connectivity
IMSI or International Mobile Subscriber Identity is used to uniquely identify the user of a mobile network.
IMSI and keys in the SIM provide the high level of security that GSM connectivity guarantees.
Traditionally the home IMSI roams on to other networks when the user travels.
With Multi-IMSI SIMs, the IMSI can be swapped to a local IMSI or the most appropriate IMSI to use on the visiting network.
Our Multi-IMSI SIM has a built-in application with the logic for selecting the right IMSI.
No reliance on servers or the user, IMSI selection is automatic.
Traveling users just need to turn their device on and enjoy seamless worldwide coverage.
Once connected, users can be assured of a high quality, low-cost, reliable service.
Usage Case Examples:
Fleet Management – companies use these.
SIM for tracking vehicles and industrial equipment.
Our Multi-IMSI SIMs with access to 400+
Carriers enable companies to track vehicles with fewer “Black spots” than any single carrier solution.
GTransport Wi-Fi / Rural and offsite connectivity, Fixed connectivity replacement / CCTV / Digital Signage / large data IoT solutions.
Usage Case Examples:
Office Applications – Remote Locations
Out of reach of fibre or cable network.
Using mobile for separate, backup connectivity.
Acts as failover even when cable / fibre available.
Solutions can include.
Office Applications – Temporary
Tight budgets don’t allow for excess space.
Offsite team meetings.
Client site projects.
Not allowed / prefer not to use client’s Wi-Fi.
Alternatives of public or hotel Wi-Fi.
Not secure or reliable.
Office in a box.
SIM enabled router.
LAN ports for printers.
VPN option back to corporate IT.
Office Applications – Mobile
A mobile workforce still requires access to company systems.
Product & marketing material.
Real-time systems reporting.
Up to date stock and pricing.
Job schedules & changes.
Filing real-time visit reports.
UK customer, the AA, use it to:
On arrival at a breakdown.
Access service manuals.
Download up to date firmware.
Provide customers Wi-Fi access whilst waiting.