Things Mobile Off to a Very Good Start

Things Mobile Off to a Very Good Start

Just a few days after its international launch, Things Mobile solution is marks a very good start. The world's first Mobile Operator dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) is off to a rocketing start, according to the company press release.

They claim that there have been thousands of requests from all over the world from companies in the most diverse sectors, logistics, medical, security, agritech, smarthome, to develop IoT/m2m projects. To speed up sales around the world, Things Mobile has opened its online shop and signed the first distribution deals.

“In addition to leading companies in their markets, Things Mobile has also been contacted by some start-ups of crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter which need to connect their devices and are unable to find simple and affordable solutions among those currently available. This global low-cost solution will favor the marketing of dozens of devices. It is a market that is still lacking a tangible and affordable solution for IoT projects,” said Manuel Zanella, Things Mobile CEO.

Things Mobile solution allows connecting and managing IoT products all over the world, with a very competitive basic rate starting from €0.10/MB in the world’s most important countries. For large projects, Things Mobile can develop individual plans and rates designed based on the customer’s needs. The Things Mobile wireless connection works everywhere, even if there is no Wi-Fi.

It allows uders to bring any IoT deviceimmediately to any market around the world. Things Mobile is the new global IoT solution that ensures awireless connection around the world without initial costs or fixed costs. It works with multi-network connectivity by connecting automatically to the operator with the best available signal. This innovative SIM card for IoT devices supports customers on all networks: 2G, 3G and 4G LTE.

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