M2M One Newsletter – April 2017
We’re back from an exciting time at Connect 2017! As expected the show was packed with visitors and exhibitors sharing insights about the latest technologies. The M2M Connectivity booth was no different, with some extra excitement thanks to our special guests from Thinxtra demoing their LPWAN capabilities. If you missed any of the hardware demos you can always visit M2M Connectivity or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this month’s newsletter we unveil our new Global SIM pricing, look ahead to CeBIT in May, take a look at the expanded custom field capacity in the M2M Control Centre and offer some troubleshooting tips for making sure you get the most out of your M2M One SIM Cards.
- New M2M One Global SIM Pricing
Last year we launched our first Global Roaming SIM card for use in multiple markets across the world, allowing M2M One to support Australian customers who are deploying units internationally.
We’ve been working with our underlying carrier partner on coverage and rates and we’re pleased to announce that we have new pricing available for our global SIMs including tiered pricing similar to our domestic Australian plans.
We can now share this pricing with you and advise that any price decreases will be offered to existing customers immediately – You can view our new pricing model and roaming zones at https://m2mone.com.au/global for more information or custom pricing ask your M2M One Account Manager or email email@example.com
- M2M One Support
M2M One run a dedicated staff of support engineers from our Melbourne head office, our team are experienced working with modems, modules and routers as well as troubleshooting cellular connection issues relating to M2M One SIM cards. If you are ever struggling with getting your M2M/IoT device up and running make sure you contact our friendly local support team.
You can submit a support request to M2M One at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling our office on +61 3 9696 3011 during office hours (8:30am – 5:00pm AEST).
When submitting a support request please make sure to include the following information to help us quickly process the problem:
- ICCID(s) or MSISDN(s) of the affected services
- Approximate time the issues began
- Approximate location of the affected services
- Device being used, including cellular frequencies supported by the radio module
- Best contact details for live troubleshooting
M2M One are pleased to once again be participating in one of Australia’s premier B2B technology expos – CeBIT Australia – Click here for free registration to the CeBIT Exhibition and visit M2M One at Stand E9
CeBIT Australia 2017 will deliver:
• 350 exhibitors across 13 zones
• 15,000 attendees
• International Keynotes including Eugene Kaspersky
• 8 conferences
• 6 Strategic Panels
• 3 Showfloor Theatres
• Networking events including CeBIT Black VIP evening
• StartUp zone, conference & PitchFest
This month M2M One has added an additional 7 custom fields that can be populated with unique information to be recorded against each SIM card. These are in addition to the 5 unique custom fields that each customer can add and change to their account. With this update you can now record up to 12 columns of custom information against your SIM fleet.
To view the new custom fields all you need to do is ‘right click’ on any column heading in the Service View in the Control Centre. This will open a tick list of column headings, you can add or remove the columns you need including our new Customer Notes 1-7 fields.
Contact your M2M One account manager