CoSwitched expands the coverage of its no-frills machine-to-machine service outside Europe

Lisbon, Portugal – CoSwitched, which operates a GSM machine-2-machine service in partnership with local operators, has expanded its service to six additional countries: Australia, Israel, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and USA.

As a result, CoSwitched no-frills connectivity service is operational in a total of 35 countries, covering a population of almost one billion people across five continents.


“We have been working with operators and other partners to expand our no-frills M2M service in different markets. We have seen demand from our existing customers and potential ones to work in countries outside Europe (e.g., British companies deploying devices in South Africa or Australia),” said Bruno Duarte, Co-founder of CoSwitched. “This launch allows us to expand the coverage of our no-frills connectivity service and better serve those manufacturers and owners of connected machines. Our M2M connectivity service will work seamlessly in any country, in Europe and outside Europe.”


CoSwitched customers will continue to benefit in the additional countries from a single management platform and all the value added Voice, SMS and Data services for machines. Customers will continue to have a truly cross-borders mobility experience with a single pricing plan.

CoSwitched is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator that brings Internet, voice and messaging communications to machines throughout the world

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