Questions on MNC, MCC, SIM login, roaming, IMSI range

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Please could you give me Aeris MNC, MCC and IMSI range.
Is your SIM card activated with a login?
Do you activate roaming of your SIM card?
Thanks for the answers. We need it as we control our modems very deeply.
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francois

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Bob Heckmann, Official Rep

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Hi Francois,

Thanks for the post. Without knowing your application’s precise needs related to MCC/MNC 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). 
Use this command for the IMSI: AT+CIMI

No login is required for the SIM. However, if you want to initiate a packet data session you will need to program the Neo APN in your device. Learn more

For roaming refer to the Neo coverage map.

Regards,
Bob
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Ok thanks for your answer. Do you know what are the different MNC that will be used?
For roaming, what do you mean to refer to the Neo coverage map? We are looking for connectivity in the US only?
Thanks
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Bob Heckmann, Official Rep

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Hi Francois,

I'm not sure this directly addresses your question but here is some additional information:

If you want to know which carriers are available at a specific location you can try the OpenSignal website as a resource:
http://opensignal.com/coverage-maps/US/

You can enter a location and it will tell you which carriers are available.

To tell you which carriers your Neo SIMs might roam on we would need to know their location(s).

I referred you to the Neo coverage map because it shows where you'll get service in the US with your Neo SIMs.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Bob