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Amplicon offers a complete cellular solution

01 December 2010

Amplicon’s data communications division is now including a free SIM card with the purchase of every cellular device. This initiative aims to provide a novel and improved service for customers who require machine to machine (M2M)device networking products.

mplicon is a premier partner of Digi automation products in the UK and as part of an innovative new customer service the company is now supplying a free-of-charge SIM card with every cellular order, including products such as Digi GPRS, 3G, HSDPA and HSUPA routers. The SIM itself is provided by Wireless Logic, the largest M2M SIM provider for Vodafone, O2 & Orange in the UK & Europe.

The product will be delivered bundled with a free un-registered Vodaphone SIM card and full instructions on how to get started. This gives the customer a simple and convenient way to get their product up and running straight from the box. Wireless Logic can guide customers through their application and data requirements, offering tailored service agreements specifically for the M2M market.

Michael Whitehead, Amplicon’s data communications specialist commented: ‘There are many difficulties faced by system integrators and end users when it comes to implementing an M2M cellular network, the choice of SIM and associate network topology can be a challenging one. The inclusion of a SIM card with cellular equipment means that Amplicon’s customers are given a helping hand when facing these kinds of design issues’.

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