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This section describes embedded Monogoto SIM and its features
Monogoto embedded SIMs provide you with cellular connectivity which is the perfect choice of wireless technology to connect your Internet of Things (IoT) devices, especially if those devices move between cities and countries or are deployed in remote environments. We offer flexible pricing which you can check out by following this link.
- Management of your embedded SIM via a cloud-based self-service platform.
- Support of Monogoto Toolkit (MTK). This is a feature to manage multiple IMSI profiles for enhanced connectivity and roaming optimization for a SIM.
- With the use of API integrate 3rd party cloud applications and automate processes across your organization.
- Cloud-based private network with hybrid local-breakout. Radio and CPE agnostic solution supports CBRS and any band.
More information about the embedded SIMs can be found by downloading the below-mentioned file and inspecting information about industrial embedded SIM.
Chip SIM datasheet.pdf
For those who use Monogoto's MFF2 embedded SIMs we have created an the following tutorial, explaining how to test that the embedded SIM is working.
Below you can download a file with instructions on how to test embedded SIMs.
MFF2 SIM Testing Rig.pdf
ICCID stands for Integrated Circuit Card ID. This is a globally unique identification number for the SIM itself. ICCID number consists of 19 or 20 digits and is printed on the back of the embedded SIM. You can read more about this in our published article following this link.
ICCID on Embedded Monogoto SIM can be found on the embedded SIM chip itself.
If your device supports the use of AT commands, then you can also check the ICCID by using an AT command.
Please note that these mentioned AT Commands may differ based on the used device model, even when using the same device manufacturer, so it is always a good idea to check the device manual to see what exact command you should use.