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The Europe multi-operator card provides access to the various local telecom networks for each type of use and all technologies combined (2G, 3G, 4G). In the event of a fault or cut on the main network, the object will ask the card to connect to the second best available GSM network.

  • One M2M SIM to get access to all networks
  • More than 180 countries and 540 carriers available around the world
  • Pooled and commitment-free pricing plans
  • Compatible with different cellular technologies: 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE-M, VoLTE
  • Compatible with modem, router, gateway, GPS tracker, etc.
  • SIM available in the different form factors: 2FF, 3FF, 4FF and MFF2

Package 1

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per SIM / Monthly
  • 100Mb / SIM Card
  • 12 months engagement
  • €0.10 per per additional Mb

Package 2

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per SIM / Monthly
  • 50Mb / SIM Card
  • 6 months engagement
  • €0.10 per per additional Mb

Package 2

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5 per SIM / Monthly
  • 50Mb / SIM Card
  • 3 months engagement
  • €0.10 per per additional Mb

❌ The disadvantages of a SIM card with steering for connected objects

A SIM card with steering is designed to favor a preferential telecom network, generally for cost reasons. However, the use of this type of card has certain disadvantages that are important to take into account.

Prioritization of a single network:

One of the main disadvantages of a SIM card with steering is that it will always favor one telecom network. When the SIM card performs a search for available networks, it sends the connected object the network that is placed in first position in its list, without taking into account the quality aspects of the network. Consequently, at each connection, the object will be forced to systematically connect to this same network, which can lead to quality of service problems in areas where this network is not optimal.

Limitation of network diversity:

By opting for a SIM card with steering, there is a risk of ending up with a (pseudo) multi-operator card that prioritizes a single network. This means that the connected object will not be able to benefit from the advantages of diversified connectivity offered by truly multi-operator SIM cards. In situations where the preferred network is unavailable or of lower quality, the connected object may suffer a loss of connectivity or a degradation in the quality of service.

Difficulty taking advantage of the best connectivity options:

With a SIM card with steering, it can be difficult to take advantage of the best connectivity options available. Network quality aspects, such as coverage, speed, and stability, may vary from carrier to carrier in different geographic regions. By being limited to a single preferential network, it is possible to miss opportunities to use alternative networks offering better quality of service in certain areas.

Operator management complexity:

Operator management can become more complex with a SIM card with steering. If the needs of the connected object change or if other operators offer more advantageous offers or a better quality of service, it may be difficult to modify the parameters of the SIM card to favor another network. This can lead to additional costs and administrative complications when it is necessary to switch to another operator.


SIM cards with steering offer preferential telecom network prioritization, but they also have significant disadvantages. The limitation of network diversity, the difficulty in taking advantage of the best connectivity options and the complexity of operator management are all factors to consider when choosing a SIM card for connected objects. It is important to carefully assess the specific connectivity and quality of service needs before

The advantages of a RoG SIM card without steering for connected objects

Unlike SIM cards with steering, a multi-operator SIM card without steering does not take cost aspects into account, which has certain advantages.


Freedom to choose the best network:

One of the main advantages of a steeringless SIM card is the freedom to choose the best available network. When initiating a connection, the connected object asks the SIM card to scan all available operator networks. The SIM card then sends the results to the object, which can connect to the network of its choice according to its own criteria, generally the quality of the signal. This allows the object to benefit from optimal connectivity, avoiding the limitations associated with a single privileged network.


Maximizing network quality:

Thanks to a SIM card without steering, connected objects can maximize the quality of the network. By connecting to the best available network, based on criteria such as signal strength, stability, and coverage, objects can enjoy an enhanced connectivity experience. This guarantees better service availability and reduces the risk of connection loss or service quality degradation.


Flexibility and adaptability:

SIM cards without steering offer increased flexibility and adaptability for connected objects. By having access to all available operator networks, objects can adapt to changes in network quality or geographical coverage. They can easily switch to another network if the one initially chosen has performance issues or if they move to an area where another carrier offers better connectivity. This allows for better continuity of service and greater user satisfaction.



SIM cards without steering offer an advantageous solution for connected objects by avoiding the disadvantages linked to the choice of a single preferential network. The freedom to choose the best network, maximizing network quality, flexibility and adaptability, and ease of operator management are all factors to consider when choosing a SIM card for objects. connected.

❌ The disadvantages of a single-operator M2M SIM card for connected objects

Dependence on a single operator:

One of the main disadvantages of a single-operator M2M SIM card is its exclusive dependence on a single operator. Once activated, the SIM card can only access the network of that specific operator. This means that if the network encounters quality, unavailability or limited coverage problems, the connected object using this card may suffer a temporary or even permanent loss of connectivity.

Risk of disconnection in case of network problems:

In the event of network problems, such as outages or service interruptions, it is possible that the single-operator M2M SIM card temporarily disconnects from the network. This may result in unavailability of connected object services until the network is restored. In comparison, multi-operator SIM cards can automatically switch to another available operator in the event of disruptions to the main network, thus ensuring better continuity of service.

Geographic coverage limitations:

A single-operator M2M SIM card may have limitations in terms of geographical coverage. If the connected object moves into an area where the chosen operator does not offer service or does not have optimal coverage, the connectivity of the device may be compromised. Multi-carrier SIM cards generally offer greater flexibility by allowing connected objects to connect to different networks, which increases the chances of maintaining stable connectivity, even when on the move.



Single-carrier M2M SIM cards offer connectivity specific to a single carrier, but they also have significant disadvantages. Dependence on a single operator, risks of disconnection in the event of network problems, geographical coverage limitations and the difficulty of changing operators are all factors to consider when choosing a card.

✅ The advantage of multi-operator RoG !

Now, with a multi-operator M2M SIM card, installing a box is a breeze.


Once inside, the box scans the network to choose the one that captures the best.


How does the multi-operator SIM card work?

Multi-operator M2M SIM cards have the ability to connect to different local networks in each country. In France, Matooma’s M2M SIM card can connect to Orange, SFR, Bouygues or Free.


Here’s how they work:


The connected object will ask the SIM card to scan the various available networks.

The latter will then send him the result and he will then connect to the best network (for example Orange) available according to his own criteria, generally the quality of the signal as well as the power of the network at a time T.

In the event of a network outage, the object can restart a scan of the available networks and can connect to a new network using the SIM (for example SFR or Bouygues).

This system then makes it possible to improve the continuity of service, to limit the interventions of technical experts and therefore to reduce travel costs while optimizing productivity.

❌ Consumer SIM card: uses, limits and prohibitions

The consumer SIM card that we all use today on our phones, tablets or connected watches meets classic consumption needs: making calls between people, browsing the Internet, etc.

Consequently, the classic SIM card was designed from day 1 around consumer uses.

Although classic SIM cards can work in connected objects, they are not suitable for machine to machine use:

They are not suitable for use in extreme environments;

They are subject to a connection duration limitation in roaming;

Impossible to manage several SIM cards around a single shared offer;

No possibility of negotiating suitable prices according to the quantities ordered;

No SIM management platform with the possibility of activating SIM cards on demand.

To force users to turn to this type of dedicated card, traditional operators clearly mention in their general conditions of sale the prohibition on using their “traditional” SIM card in alarms with GSM or any device not being used. to perform interpersonal communication.

✅ RoG M2M SIM cards: use and benefits 

The M2M SIM card is a technology designed for connected objects. It responds to business and industrial connectivity issues.

You can find them everywhere and in all types of places: elevators, payment terminals, smart meters, or even dumpsters.

The machine-to-machine card corrects the limitations of the classic SIM card and pushes the concept even further.

Here are the 5 key benefits:

1. Resistance

M2M SIM cards have been designed and manufactured to survive harsh conditions, withstanding extreme temperatures and movement.

Therefore, they are more durable than standard mobile SIM cards.

2. Connectivity

As with consumer cards, you get access to fast and secure connectivity, as well as global coverage.

RoG M2M SIM cards can, for their part, be multi-operator. They will have access to different local operators. The object, during its 1st connection attempt, will ask the SIM card to scan all the available operator networks which will send it the result.

Generally, the object will connect according to its criteria to the operator network with the strongest signal at the time of connection.