LTE-M is a low-power wide-area (LPWA) technology built to support today’s IoT devices. It is highly secure and provides features that can lower power consumption to extend battery life and enhance coverage to connect hard-to-reach devices. NB-IoT deployment planned availability in 2019.
Economical chipset and module costs (under $10).
Extended battery life
Power saving mode and extended discontinuous reception (eDRX).
Achieve coverage in most challenging environments such as underground and deep inside buildings.
Superior performance and carrier-grade security.
LTE-M provides nationwide, carrier grade security with optimized features designed specifically for IoT applications. *Price is exclusive of taxes and fees. Terms and Conditions provided in frequently asked questions below.
The AT&T IoT Button is a programmable button using the AT&T nationwide LTE-M network and will be supported by AWS IoT 1-click.
In 2019, AT&T plans to launch NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) to meet the growing needs of business customers who use a wide range of IoT solutions.
Must use AT&T-approved IoT LTE-M device. Each device must have a separate unlimited data plan. Pooling data across devices is not available. Plus applicable taxes and fees. Charges not pro-rated if service cancelled before end of term. Maximum throughout speed on unlimited plan is 64kbps. May not be used to establish a continuous, unattended connection to the AT&T network. AT&T may proactively reassign customer to an IoT pooled data plan upon notice to customer, unless prohibited under customer’s agreement or regulation.
May not be used to establish a continuous, unattended connection to the AT&T network. AT&T may proactively reassign customer to an IoT pooled data plan upon notice to customer, unless prohibited under customer’s agreement or regulation.
Approved modules and devices can be found at https://att.com/iotdevices/
LTE-M is available today throughout the US and Mexico, it was deployed in 2017. AT&T plans to launch NB-IoT in 2019.
LTE-M has higher bandwidth and lower latency compared to NB-IoT. It also has the ability for full mobility and voice. With that, it is a better fit for use cases that may require a bit more bandwidth, over the air updates, or are in constant motion.
LTE-M and NB-IoT networks are deployed by carriers across the globe, available in over 60 countries and territories. The latest list can be found at https://www.gsma.com/iot/deployment-map/
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