I am currently designing my senior project for university and will be working with a Sierra Wireless MC7700 Module. I want this module to be able to connect with an LTE network for development. But Verizon and AT& T are not offering LTE for development any suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
Just to be clear, you cannot use a Verizon SIM on the MC7700 Sierra Module, since this module is GSM/LTE carriers like AT&T. Similarly, you cannot use an AT&T SIM on the MC7750 (Verizon only)
Just FYI - For M2M applications, both AT&T and Verizon plans have significant downside - neither allows for modem terminated traffic, at least not very easily. That means that, if you want to send a message to a remote device, you will have to use SMS, or buy and expensive static IP SIM from Verizon.
Agree with Curtis, first, local ISP must offer LTE network. Then you can get a SIM card from them to start your development.
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