My Software provider is asking me what my M2M mobile network code is. Wikipedia shows 850 can anyone confirm this?

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My Software provider is asking me what my M2M mobile network code is. Wikipedia shows 850 can anyone confirm this? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_...
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Ryan

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Hi Ryan,

Thanks for the post. You are correct that Aeris' mobile network code (MNC) is 850.

Because circumstances can vary, based on coverage and roaming partners, it would be great if you could elaborate on your use case. That way the community can help determine if MNC 850 is always appropriate for your needs.

Regards,
Bob
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Hi Bob

Thank you for the prompt response. I am testing a Queclink GV500 GPS telematics device for tracking fleet vehicles. My software provider in Europe (MapOn) has their own proprietary hardware and they need the "MNC for the APN settings on the new firmware."

Ryan
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Hi Ryan,

I don’t know your application’s precise needs but I can
offer the following:

  • As part of a mobile solution your devices will
    roam on multiple carriers, which means there isn’t a single MNC that applies
    universally to your connectivity service.
  • The MCC/MNC pairing for Neo’s home network is
    204/04 (which are the leading numbers of your IMSI and embedded in the SIM). 

If there are additional requirements not addressed by these
points let us know.

Regards,

Bob