M2M 3G/4G SIM Connectivity and Tariffs

Selecting the right network, service and M2M tariff should all be predicated on the applications’ communication and connectivity required. Choosing the appropriate network will depend on a number of factors – from location to data usage, whether the device is static, mobile, national or international. And consideration should be given to the importance of ‘always on’ which can be critical for applications such as lone workers.

With an understanding of your precise requirements, we can propose suitable networks and tariffs along with contract periods designed to meet the expected duration of the project. Forecasting data usage is vital to ensure the minimisation of ‘overage’. Real-time data monitoring will negate ‘bill shock’ with email alerts able to be configured to report usage on a SIM by SIM basis.

The right M2M tariff for your application

Nucleus Networks has access to over thirty leading Mobile Network Operators, with the ability to tailor tariffs accordingly. Whether using low or high data usage, Static IP (Fixed IP) SIMs, global or roaming solutions, we can provide tailored connectivity solutions to support your connected 3G / 4G router solutions.


Location-wise, we utilise a number of tools to ensure the ‘best fit’ network for the application. In country-wide roll outs, deployments will regularly use a number of networks within their connected estate. Importantly, each network will sit comfortably within our ‘multi-network’ platform, where complete visibility, monitoring and control can be managed for the entire SIM portfolio, across all networks.

Connectivity Management

As the market evolves, M2M/IoT connectivity management is becoming a key focus in terms of business value. The science of application vs network selection is an important part of Nucleus Network’s ‘value-add’ – the right choice can enable considerable savings over the life of a deployment.

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Complete control across multiple networks

SIMs can be distributed to customers pre-provisioned or dormant along with your configured hardware. Self-provisioning gives users complete control, ensuring connectivity is only paid for once the application is ready to go live.