M2M SIMs from EE, O2 and Vodafone
A standard mobile SIM card does not offer the critical IoT (Internet of Things) features required by M2M (Machine-to-Machine) devices and with the development of the multi-network eSIM, the power of SIM cards is unstoppable.
What Is The IoT?
IoT is a network of interconnected devices which are embedded with sensors and software that enables them to collect and exchange data, making them very responsive. IoT has the potential to make your business assets clever and your business more efficient.
SIM Management Platform
Monitor SIM activity and M2M data usage throughout your network of devices. Activate or deactivate SIMs and set data caps with alerts to prevent over-spending. Our online M2M solution lets you monitor data usage overall, as well as specific devices and should a device become compromised, you can quickly deactivate the SIM, so no further charges are incurred.
Shared Data Bundles
If you are connecting multiple devices, and some have the potential to use more data than others, a single tariff is the best way to control costs, with complete peace of mind.
Our M2M Sims are Multi-Network. You can choose a preferred network, or let the SIM choose to establish the strongest connection available. This feature means you are less likely to lose signal and frustration.
Data Roaming Worldwide
Our M2M SIMs work in over 100 counties and across more than 800 networks to ensure your IoT device remains connected.
What Is A Multi-Network eSIM?
Our IoT eSIMs are multi-network, which means that you aren’t connected to just one mobile network. eSIMs search out the best connections in the area and connect to the strongest one, meaning you are always connected. eSIMs can also be used on roaming tariffs, which means they can transmit from most countries around the world. BluSky eSIMs are available on several tariffs, reaching all corners of the world.
M2M SIMs are ideal for businesses operating across:
- Automation and security.
- Smart meter reading
- Field data
- Digital signals
- Inventory tracking
- Commercial security cameras
If your IoT device requires remote access, you will need a SIM that has a fixed IP address. Unlike a mobile phone SIM, M2M SIMs are provisioned with a static IP address to maintain a two-way connection.
The tri-cut SIM is perforated so that you can break out a Standard, Micro or Nano SIM from the same card.