Global Mobile-IoT Network coverage in 40 countries
Our smartlocks come with in-built iSIM cards which means, thanks to new roaming agreements with telecommunication companies around the world, our smartlocks will work 'out of the box' on the Global Mobile-IoT Network (GMN) in 35 countries*.
List of countries where our smartlocks work
Over the last few years the Global Mobile-IoT Network(GMN)* has been rolling out on the mobile networks of telecommunications companies in many countries all over the world. Due to new roaming agreements our smartlocks will work in the following countries on unlimited data plans (when there are multiple operators in one country, the smartlocks by default will connect to the local mobile-IoT network with the strongest signal strength). Click on the Mobile Operators name to learn more about their Mobile IoT networks.
Argentina - Movistar
Australia - Telstra
Austria – T Mobile
Belgium - Orange
Canada – Bell Mobility, Telus, Rogers
China – China Telecom
Croatia – Hrvatski Telekom
France - Orange
Germany - T-Mobile, Vodafone, Telefonica
Hungary – T-Mobile
Italy - Vodafone
Japan - Softbank
Latvia - Latvijas Mobilais Telefons
Luxembourg – Post Luxemberg
Mexico – Movistar, AT&T, Telcel
Netherlands – Vodafone, KPN, T-Mobile
Poland - Orange
Romania - Orange
Slovakia – T-Mobile
Slovenia – A1
South Korea – SK Telekom
Switzerland - Swisscom
Taiwan - Chungwa
United Kingdom (UK) – Telefonica, Vodafone
*The Global Mobile-IoT Network Includes NB-IoT, LTE-M, LTE, M2M, and CAT-M technologies which are also commonly referred to as Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies. The Global Mobile-IoT network has been designed specifically for device to device/device to cloud communications, and it is made up of a combination of these special LPWAN/IoT networks that co-exist on 3G/4G/5G networks. The Mobile-IoT networks should not be confused with Mobile 3G/4G/5G networks - think of it as if the Mobile-IoT networks piggy back on top of the 3G/4G/5G networks.
If your country is not yet covered above, please get in touch with us, and we may be able to follow up with your local telecommunication company to get our smartlocks working on their networks.