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One IoT SIM for reliable global connectivity

Access hundreds of top-tier networks for reliable global coverage—on one IoT SIM card with one bill, from one provider.

The future of IoT connectivity is here

Super SIM brings the world’s best cellular networks together into a single experience. With one multi-IMSI SIM, you get comprehensive global coverage and granular control over your device connectivity on the leading API-powered platform.

Control the success of your IoT solutions

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What makes Super SIM “super”


A reliable global network on one IoT SIM

  • Choose from hundreds of 2G, 3G, LTE, and IoT-only networks and control which your devices connect to
  • Experience all the top-tier carriers acting as one
  • Prevent downtime with automatic network failover and redundancy built in
  • Load Super SIM as an eSIM/eUICC profile for provider freedom
Global Connectivity

IoT connectivity you’ll never outgrow

  • Benefit from the continuous improvements we make to our fully managed mobile core
  • Get expanded coverage and SIM functionality as we push over-the-air updates without downtime
  • Reduce total cost of ownership with an IoT platform that improves over time
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Developer-first APIs and resources

  • Embed SIM operations into your existing workflows with reliable APIs
  • Subscribe to a stream of Connection Events for near-real-time network visibility
  • Or manage your entire fleet centrally and efficiently with easy-to-use Web console

Since Super SIM works seamlessly across the world, we have been able to expand by more than 850k devices to completely new geographic regions.

Mitch Karren | Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer SmartRent

With Super SIM, we can choose the network and carrier in any given geography and benefit from the Super Network with coverage in 170+ countries.

Marc de Vos | Co-Founder and Managing Director Bar Analytics

We’re managing thousands of connected devices worldwide with the APIs. Streamlining our business with one SIM, one API, and one SKU dramatically simplified our manufacturing process and reduced our operating expenses.

Jim Xiao | CEO Mason

What you can build with Super SIM

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Fleet tracking devices

Smart wearables

Shared scooters

Patient monitoring

Smart thermostats

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What is an IoT SIM Card?

An IoT SIM card is an IC (Integrated Circuit) chip that holds wireless carrier credentials to provide access to cellular networks for IoT devices like fleet or asset trackers, health wearables, or security cameras.

What information is stored on a SIM card?

A SIM card mainly stores carrier credentials in the form of a unique identifier called the ICCID (Integrated Circuit Card Identifier), an IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) and an authentication key that validates the IMSI toward the mobile carrier.

How much do IoT SIM cards cost?

Find KORE Super SIM pricing here. When you're comparing IoT SIM cards, look for options that offer maximum flexibility with no penalties or cost for unused data.

What is an eSIM?

eUICC eSIMs - not to be confused with embedded SIMs that are simply pre-soldered SIMs with a smaller form factor - are SIMs of any form factor that can hold several SIM profiles on their hardware and switch the profile as needed, as standardized by the GSMA.

What are IoT data plans?

The main purpose of most IoT devices is to collect data from remote locations. Look for IoT data plans that offer simple per-MB-per-SIM pricing that's unified across all carriers for predictable cellular cost.

What devices use a SIM card?

Any device that needs connectivity in remote locations or places without other reliable connectivity uses a SIM for wireless access. Cellular IoT uses cases include fleet and asset tracking, micromobility, heath wearables, connected building technology, etc.

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Easily order IoT SIM cards—no contract or commitment required—and receive them in days.

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