IoT Connectivity

Providing bespoke IoT solutions tailored to the unique needs of your business on a global scale.

IoT Connectivity

Internet of Things

Cellular IoT helps physical things (like sensors) connect to the internet through the same mobile networks as smartphones. This simple and important feature of cellular IoT, makes this technology highly important for many industrial and individual applications. 

IoT Connectivity is the crucial conduit between back-end systems, solutions, and customers, empowering secure data transmission that drives transformative outcomes in diverse areas. Its criticality lies in powering the collection and analysis of data for valuable insights, making it essential to both the solution and end-users. With critical technologies and connectivity at stake, IoT Connectivity underpins the future of a multitude of domains, ranging from business to lifestyle and beyond.

  • Mobile Connectivity
  • Security & Surveillance
  • Measurements & Analystics
  • Sim & Data usage control
  • Flexible data usage

Choosing Scancom

Our Solutions

With Scancom you can expect IoT Grade SIMs, Global Network Capability, Flexible Commercials Robust Security, SIM Management Portal and Dedicated Scancom IoT Resources.

Minimize your expenses and optimize profit margins by decreasing overspending, increasing return on investment, and boosting solution revenue, all through the insight and improvements IoT can provide. Achieve pre-activation flexibility and conduct pre-deployment testing to ensure that there are no dead-on-arrival devices, thus reducing time and expenses associated with supply chain management.

Pre-Paid IoT

Large shared bundle options &  Flexible life of bundle

Flexibile IoT

Allowing for rate plan optimisation & Resets each new billing period

Pooled IoT

Building pools of data & Removes risk of overage charges

Individual IoT

Data allocated to a SIM card & Flexible bundle sizes


Across all Industries

One current use case for IoT is in the healthcare industry where it is used to monitor patient health remotely and provide timely medical assistance. Another use case is in smart homes, where IoT devices such as smart thermostats, lighting, and security systems are connected and controlled via a central hub or mobile app.As for growth use cases, IoT is increasingly being used in industrial settings, where it can improve efficiency, safety, and reduce costs through predictive maintenance, remote monitoring, and supply chain optimization. Another growth area is in smart cities, where IoT is being used to manage traffic flow, reduce energy consumption, and enhance public safety.

IoT SIMs differ from mobile broadband SIMs.

Core Elements of IoT solutions

Info Exchange

API Integration

Device & Data Management

Realtime Data

Isolated Traffic

With the advent of 5G technology, cellular IoT has become increasingly significant and widespread, thanks to its versatile application across various fields. It empowers us to establish connections with physical objects in our surroundings, ranging from electricity meters, hospitals, boilers, and streetlights, to mention a few. Furthermore, cellular IoT can be leveraged in numerous industrial contexts, including manufacturing and agriculture.

IoT SIMs are crucial for business-critical embedded IoT applications, offering unparalleled security and performance. With access to secure private APNs, IoT SIMs ensure traffic isolation from the consumer domain to prevent unauthorized access and data breaches. Dedicated technical customer service ensures seamless connectivity for IoT devices. 

IoT Technology

Cellular Networks

Cellular networks have emerged as a go-to option for providing wide-area coverage, thanks to their managed nature, which enables users to choose from a range of connectivity providers. These networks encompass the latest technological advancements, including 4G, 5G, and recent additions such as LTE-M and NB-IOT, thereby catering to a broad spectrum of IoT applications. With exceptional performance and unmatched reliability, cellular networks have revolutionized the IoT landscape, unlocking new possibilities for large-scale deployments.


5G tech offers faster speeds, higher capacity & lower latency than 4G. Speeds in excess of 20Gbps. It provides greater reliability, network efficiency, and connects numerous devices simultaneously, making it suitable for applications like autonomous vehicles, VR & AR, smart cities, and industrial automation.

Wireless communication technology that provides faster internet speeds and improved network reliability compared to its predecessor, 3G. Designed to enable mobile devices to access the internet at high speeds, supporting bandwidth-intensive applications like video streaming, online gaming, and cloud computing.

Regarded as highly sustainable for its ability to operate alongside 5G on the identical spectrum and core, making it future-proof. Well-suited for facilitating the transmission of very low data rate applications, particularly under harsh radio circumstances, and for powering battery-dependent, stationary devices.

Low-power, wide-area (LPWA) wireless communication standard. It is a form of the 4G LTE technology and uses licensed spectrum to provide a secure and reliable cellular connectivity Offering several benefits, such as long battery life, low device cost, and deep indoor penetration.

Free 5GEE Router with a 5G Monthly Data Plan or Pre-paid option

Plug & Play easy set up with everything included

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