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Teal Drives Faster eSIM Adoption With T-Mobile Partnership

Teal’s agreement enables enterprises to connect any compatible IoT device directly onto T-Mobile’s network

Teal announced today they have signed a wholesale agreement with T-Mobile. Teal plans to offer enterprises across America direct access to T-Mobile’s industry-leading network.

“At Teal, we want to make it easy to connect any compatible IoT device onto T-Mobile’s network, and we believe that businesses should have access to the experience that T-Mobile is creating,” said Robby Hamblet, Co-Founder and CEO of Teal.

Teal is the only US-built, wholly owned eUICC platform to be certified with the GSMA. Teal’s relationship with T-Mobile greatly simplifies how companies can connect their IoT devices onto T-Mobile’s advanced 4G LTE and 5G network nationwide. Customers can now effortlessly install a T-Mobile credential into their IoT devices, much like an application or app on a smartphone.

“T-Mobile’s vision for the future includes eSIM technology such that when companies work with Teal, they get the same experience as if they had a T-Mobile SIM in their device. This can translate into superior performance compared to when they are roaming or passing traffic through data centers that aren’t operated by T-Mobile,” said Dan Thygesen, Senior Vice President of T-Mobile Wholesale and head of T-Mobile’s growing wholesale business.

If you view networks as apps, then Teal is like the app store for downloading network credentials. With Teal, it’s easier than ever before to get front-row seats to T-Mobile’s network with the click of a button. Teal is simplifying how IoT devices connect to T-Mobile’s network, offering Credentialing-as-a-Service (CaaS), meaning that enterprises get the flexibility to control what networks their IoT devices are connected to. With Teal, any compatible cellular IoT device can connect directly onto T-Mobile, over the air.

The world of IoT has proliferated into almost all industries, including robotics, mobility & transportation, healthcare, defense & military, oil & gas, and retailers. Delivering the same end-user experience as having a T-Mobile SIM card installed into an IoT device can translate into lower latency, higher availability, and higher redundancy than consumer networks, Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) solutions, and off-the-shelf SIMS.

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