Arqia signs roaming agreement with Oi

Brazilian IoT M2M provider Arqia, part of Datora Group, signed a roaming agreement with Oi and now offers services in 99.9 percent of Brazil’s cities, reports Minha Operadora. As part of the partnership, the IoT operator will launch three products. Arqia roaming Oi

With the partnership, the IoT operator should launch three products: IoT Go+, IoT M2M Connect+ and Mobile Broadband+. IoT Go+ is a product that will serve for communication between machines that need more geographic coverage, IoT M2M Connect+ will serve for solutions that need full coverage and Mobile Broadband+, based on 4G access, will increase coverage capacity by 8%.

Eduardo Rezende, commercial director of the Datora group, says that the company’s solutions bring productivity with greater connectivity to its customers.

“These new Arqia connectivity solutions bring more productivity to our customers’ business, with greater connectivity guarantee, without having to interrupt the use of the equipment to carry out the SIM Card exchange in regions with low coverage”, he explained.

As a result, the company will have IoT and broadband connectivity with 2G, 3G and 4G technologies . In addition, ARQIA still bets on the sharing of data franchise between IoT devices as a way to differentiate itself.

“If a device that uses one of our SIM Cards needs to stop for repairs, for example, the contracted data allowance can be used by other equipment within the same group of devices”, completes Resende.

ARQIA is a Grupo Datora company specialized in IoT and has operated since 2011 in the segment, being the first mobile virtual operator (MVNO) to operate in the national territory. The company’s target is the corporate environment, focused on security, tracking, card machines (POS), logistics and agribusiness companies. Arqia roaming Oi

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