Yes, the SIM cards that we as IoT Creators send out are always activated when you get them delivered.
And our SIM can connect to the 4G network using our publick APN: m2m.public.nl
You can check our “roaming” page to read about operators and bands that you need for LTE-M at your location, please note that LTE-M is not necessarily available everywhere where you’ve got 4G coverage.
If all this seems to be fine on your end and you still can’t connect please tell us the details where you got stuck. (AT commands and module logs)
For NB-IoT we have an UDP adapter. So with NB-IoT you’ll need to use APN cdp.iot.t-mobile.nl which will allow you to send device data to 172.27.131.100.
To retrieve the device data in your back-end/cloud server/iot platform, you’ll need to create an HTTP integration.
If you use the sim-card for LTE-M or 2G, you’ll need another APN: m2m.public.nl. By doing this, the device will get a public IP address just like any other device on the open internet. This means that you can send device data directly to your own server while using LTE-M or 2G.
if I understood you right I see the following challenges:
find a location with NB IoT coverage.
attach your device to the NB-IoT network of T-Mobile Czech.
send messages via UDP to Cloud of Things
decode the payload of your UDP message and integrate it with Cloud of Things
Please let us get directly in contact, that we can speak about it (email@example.com).
@afzal_m Hallo Afzal. Ik weet niet zo snel hoe ik een DM naar jou toe moet sturen. Maar heb het nummer van de SIM in een Chat met jou doorgegeven.
En natuurlijk zal ik doorgeven wat het resultaat is van de test 😉
I received this question a lot these days. I still need to understand why. Is our document library (getting) too complex maybe? Please let me know 🙂
However, if you ordered your NB-IoT simcard at iot.t-mobile.nl, I can assure you that your simcard is already active.
We want to save you from the simcard hassle as much as possible. All our NB-IoT simcards have the same configuration. To make sure that you can simply keep one single stock for all your different use cases/projects,
Just register the IMEI number of your module in one of your projects. Configure your module with the right settings, put your simcard in it and it should work right away.
Via de mail reeds op de hoogte gesteld.
We hebben tijdelijk geen voorraad van dit specifieke type sim kaart (Industrial 3FF) er wordt gewerkt aan het aanvullen van de voorraad en dan gaan we alsnog de leveringen afronden.
Deutsche Telekom supports all current SIM formats, including the embedded SIM Form Factor (MFF). eSIM as of eUICC currently does not fit with the NB-IoT business model due to high costs. Instead, a more suitable option for NB-IoT use-cases is nuSIM, which is currently in launch preparation. Find out more about nuSIM.