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    A Simple IoT SIM Card

    We provide IoT solutions,
    not IoT complications.
    Get online today with the simplest,
    fairest IoT pricing available.

    SIMON SAYS: Get the data plan you need and a bill you understand.

    $ 9.999.999
    Cost Per Month
    $ 129.25
    Cost Per Device
    $ 0.12
    Effective Rate per MB

    Flexible, transparent pricing

    Finally an IoT connectivity platform with easy to digest pricing that includes all taxes and fees. There aren’t any contracts, minimums, or set-up fees. Altogether, a seamless process to get your devices online with our global SIM.

    Simplest Process of IoT Connectivity
    (4G, LTE, 5G, NB-IoT)

    Order IoT SIM cards online and get connected in just a few days. You’ll instantly have access to our rates, roaming partners, APIs, support, and services.

    Designed for Every Stage of Your Lifecycle

    Whether you are a startup, medium-sized business, or large enterprise, SIMON is here to meet your needs. No customer is too big, too small, or too complex.

    Everything You Need in One Portal

    The SIMON portal was built with the customer in mind. Activate your devices, view usage reports, and customize dashboards with our built-in APIs

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    Data Grant Program

    For our environment.
    For our future.
    Through IoT technology solutions.

    We support the innovators. We want to help people who are coming up with viable solutions to combat the climate crisis.

    We also know that IoT companies have the opportunity to empower these solutions.

    That’s why SIMON IoT is awarding environmental data grants to organizations and institutions that use IoT software to build a cleaner, more sustainable future.

    If your goal is to help the environment, we want to help you.

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    SIMON Says: Check out the latest news from SIMON IoT

    The Rise of IoT: The History of the Internet of Things
    By 'simoniot' November 20, 2020

    The heart of innovation is effective and accessible communication. The Internet of Things (IoT) has made it possible for devices to relay information one to another. In the past, this exchange of information between devices has often been referred to as machine to machine technology (M2M). M2M sim cards allow devices to send and receive […]

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    What Is an ICCID Number? Decoding IoT SIM Cards
    By 'simoniot' November 16, 2020

    In order to join the global network, you need a name or identifier. That’s why we all receive a name and a social security number at birth. These identifiers help schools, employers, and government entities connect important information throughout our lives. SIM cards operate in a similar way but for machines and devices.  As we […]

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    Understanding the relationship between IoT and big data
    By 'simoniot' November 3, 2020

    IoT, big data, and the combination of the two are necessities for many modern organizations. IoT and big data are very connected, but they are also distinct. Read on to learn more about IoT, big data, and the relationship they hold.  How does IoT contribute to big data? So how does this relationship between IoT […]

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    What is an IoT gateway?
    By 'simoniot' October 5, 2020

    With a growing level of diversity in the IoT ecosystem, how do IoT devices, applications, and users “talk” with varying connectivity requirements and languages? In an industry of expounding technology, the internet gateway facilitates communication. All of your IoT components, including SIM cards and data plans, require a centralized gateway command center. A gateway is […]

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    Is a LPWAN right for your IoT solution?
    By 'simoniot' September 22, 2020

    What is a LPWAN? LPWAN stands for low-power wide-area network, and it fits into the wider ecosystem of WANs (wide-area networks). Unlike a wireless WAN that supports more data and connects users, LPWANs allow for long-range, wireless telecommunications while keeping a low bit rate. When we say ‘low bit rate,’ a typical data range per […]

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    The Importance of IoT in Your Daily Life
    By 'simoniot' September 22, 2020

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of devices all around that world that are connected to the internet and to each other. So while we commonly think of IoT as something distant, you almost inevitably come in contact with it everyday. If you want to dive a bit deeper into how it all […]

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    8 Tips to Avoid the Most Common IoT Downfalls
    By 'simoniot' September 22, 2020

    In the municipality of Malmö, Sweden, a digital display shows train timetables. At least it mostly does. The IT team in Malmö took a few security shortcuts and used an insecure internet connection with their IoT connection for the display board. They didn’t think through the IoT problems or consequences of what could happen because […]

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    What to Look for in an LTE Failover Solution
    By 'simoniot' September 22, 2020

    The world as we know it today relies on connectivity to function. Every organization needs to be connected to run day-to-day operations, but sometimes that isn’t always possible. Networks can fail, and connectivity can go down. When networks fail, businesses need connectivity to fall back on to continue daily operations. In this article, we’ll discuss […]

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    What Every Business Should Know about Internet Failover
    By 'simoniot' September 22, 2020

    Our global economy is built upon a digital empire ruled by billions of consumers demanding instant access and results. Every moment counts in the world of connectivity. Businesses striving to keep a competitive edge must constantly adapt their operations for the most secure connection. An hour of lost connectivity could cost your business thousands of […]

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    What You Need To Know About the 2G and 3G Sunset
    By 'simoniot' June 11, 2020

    The evolution of mobile networks has led to increased speeds and functionality for consumers. The IoT world benefits from these network improvements with widing coverage and stronger connection to deployed devices. However, IoT carriers and customers are experiencing added pressure to stay up-to-date with new network capabilities. As the new networks have risen, old networks […]

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