The SIM has a global potential to cut across regions to provide connectivity to its customers.
Speaking at “Internet of Things” (IoT) forum organised by Vodafone Ghana, Eddie from Vodafone Business Solutions said “Our service allows you to manage your own connectivity in your offices.” He continued “We are going to give you a SIM that is global – which means, at each location, it has the power to connect on more than one network. So instead of using four SIMs at the same time, businesses will now use one SIM in a device and on that one SIM, it has the power to connect on three to four networks.”
The four-in-one global SIM is part of Vodafone Ghana’s Machine-2-Machine (M2M) technology.
Machine-2-Machine (M2M) technology, which fuses into the general concept of the “Internet of Things” is considered the new frontier of telecommunications across the world. It helps machines and devices to connect to each other and communicate, providing a transformational tool on how people run their businesses and lives.
“We are offering a network that is beyond Ghana,” Eddie said. “So one SIM has a global potential to cut across regions to provide connectivity that you want,” he continued.
He also said Vodafone Ghana has realised that IoT has become life and business engaging so much that connectivity has become a priority.
With the Vodafone Ghana new global SIM, customers can track their business activities from any part of the world with ease.