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1NCE brings better IoT to Brazil

1NCE now offers its Lifetime IoT subscription to Brazilian customers, supported by local network operator Claro.
Software and connectivity can be used in Brazil and 172 more countries to easily, securely and reliably collect device data.
1NCE Brazil is authorized by Anatel and operates out of a São Paulo office with local staff, logistics, and facilities that deliver premium local, regional and global IoT services to Brazilian customers at a fraction of current market rates.

1NCE, a company offering a software platform for connected products, today expanded its IoT footprint by offering its software and connectivity to Brazilian customers.

1NCE is supported by the local network operator Claro.

1NCE is a fast-growing industry leader in IoT, delivering software tools and global connectivity for a lifetime in 173 countries. It’s the best option for all Brazilian companies needing unrestricted nationwide IoT access, plus easy expansion options nearly anywhere in the world. Customers can now signup online with 1NCE for 70 BRL for two years — approximately half the current market rate. For local companies looking abroad, the 1NCE Lifetime Flat subscription is simple: customers can deploy, connect, and manage IoT sensors across the world.

In Brazil, it has never been easier to securely and reliably collect device data and turn it into actionable intelligence. Adding Claro and its strong local infrastructure helps deliver on the company’s mission: true cross-border, future-proof IoT without uncertainty or hassle. 1NCE’s São Paulo regional headquarters — authorized by Anatel, Brazil’s national telecommunications agency — offers local data management, staff, billing and logistics to speed up order fulfilment and get customers started with IoT.

Arthur Lobato, Vice President for Latin America at 1NCE:

“Brazil is a critical market for 1NCE, and I credit our great team for working hard to earn approval from Anatel. And we’re thrilled to join Claro in accelerating IoT adoption by companies of all sizes. Now there’s no reason for Brazilian companies to miss out on game changing tech that market leaders use to win.”

Based in Germany with offices in 13 countries, 1NCE continues to prove itself as a new standard in IoT. The company boosts customers’ ideas not just when they need connectivity, but from the outset of their projects all the way through a device’s lifecycle. Across every type of industry, it’s easy to experiment early without major expenditures that can derail the plan. One example is in the fleet management sector: Brazil’s leading vehicle protection solution provider, Hinova, has partnered with 1NCE for enhanced stability, flexibility and autonomy in tracking fleets.

All 1NCE SIM cards and chips are delivered active and ready for deployment, also including IMEI lock to prevent fraud. Seamless switching is available across all radio standards (2G, 3G, 4G, LTE-M and NB-IoT). Customer service is offered in Portuguese and 24 other languages.

New customers can start today at the 1NCE Brazil online shop.

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