Quick Start

Get started with Monogoto

Welcome to Monogoto! Your IoT, private LTE and 5G connectivity provider. Monogoto provides a global access to cellular networks in over 180 countries. It has an intuitive self-service portal to manage your connected devices, and its API-first design allows you to fully integrate Monogoto’s device management functionalities into your platform of choice.

Monogoto has a dedicated support team, ready to assist you in realizing your connected solution. Don’t hesitate to engage with IoT experts on the Monogoto Forum, or to reach out directly.

Getting Started

In order to start using Monogoto, you will need the following:

  • Monogoto SIM card Monogoto SIMs come in the sizes: 2FF (standard), 3FF (micro), 4FF (nano) and MFF2 (embedded). You can request a free SIM card here.

  • Access to the Monogoto Hub An invite to the Monogoto Hub is sent along with your SIM card. The Hub can be accessed via the link hub.monogoto.io

  • Cellular hardware To connect to Monogoto, hardware containing a cellular modem is needed. This may be a smartphone or tablet, or a hardware development kit such as the nRF9160 DK, Thingy:91, Pycom FiPy or Waveshare SIM7070G.

Access the Monogoto Hub

Visit the Hub via the link hub.monogoto.io

After logging in, you enter the Monogoto dashboard in which you find information about your Things (meaning your SIM cards), data usage, networks in use etc.

Detailed information about your SIMs can be found under the Things page. When selecting one of your Things you will find more detailed information such as the ICCID, IMEI, active mobile network operator, IP address, event logs and more.

Device Configuration

Set the device APN to: data.mono

If you are using a mobile phone, please ensure that data roaming is enabled.

For IoT modem configurations, head over to the Device Configurations and select one of the modem manufacturers:

Or directly go to documentation of popular development kits:

Waveshare SIM7070GnRF9160 DKSODAQ SARA

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Advanced Console

The Advanced Console provides fine-grained access control of Network settings, Things, Things Groups, Security settings and Roaming. In addition, the console provides detailed insights in each connection through event logs.

This bring you to the Advanced Console dashboard in which you find information about your connections, data usage, API calls, logs etc.

For more information about the console, head over to Advanced Console documentation.

Supported Countries and Networks

In order to see the supported countries and networks, you can visit the Advanced Console.

Follow the below steps:

  • Click Things Groups from the sidebar menu.

  • Select a Things Group and click the Edit icon to display the Things Group settings.

  • Click the Roaming button

You may enable or disable networks from the list.

  • Check the Override option to display the Roaming Policy settings.

  • Enable or disable these options for each of the Roaming Partners in the list.

    • Block Roaming

    • Block SMS

    • Data

    • Data restriction

    • Block byte-rate Limit

  • Click Save and Back to update the override settings in the system database.

Technical Support

Monogoto's support team is available for every technical question or issue that you may have. You can contact Monogoto support via:

Looking forward to hearing about your experience with our products!

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