Telit has launched a range of prepaid Internet of Things (IoT) Connectivity plans. The plans will provide Telit’s IoT device Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) customers and the buyers of their products with 2G, 3G, and 4G coverage across a purported 600 mobile networks, in a total of 190 countries. There are currently two prepaid plans in Telit’s portfolio: 250 Megabytes (MB) with 250 Short Message Service (SMS) messages for five years, and 500 MB with 500 SMS for ten years. They can be purchased as standalone connectivity or in a bundle, preloaded onto a Telit LTE module. Access to the Telit IoT Connectivity Management Platform (CMP) is included for no extra charge, to allow customers to self-manage the lifecycle of their connections. The location of their cards and the balance remaining on them can be monitored, plus top-ups can be purchased whenever allowances are exhausted.
The new prepaid plans are made possible by the Telit NExT Network. Telit formally became a Mobile Network Operator (MNO) in 2020, and NExT is the name given to its cloud-based mobile Core Network (CN). Telit is know…
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