Asiacell’s M2M Shared Data Packages service allows businesses to link a specific number of Data SIM cards to one M2M Data Package and share data access capacity amongst all linked SIMs for better fleet management and ATM transaction monitoring.
Customers only need to install a GSM Data SIM card in their GPS tracking devices or into their ATM machines and subscribe to one of Asiacell’s M2M packages to benefit from the service.
“Asiacell subscribers can now manage their business and data traffic more efficiently using their GSM SIM cards thanks to our cost-effective M2M service. Keeping track of company fleets and controlling ATM machines has never been simpler or more convenient, and corporate customers can adjust the number of SIM cards they include in their shared data package at any time and as they see fit,” said Dr. Diar Ahmed, Asiacell’s CEO.
To benefit from this service, subscribers must visit Asiacell showrooms or contact the corporate sales division and subscribe to their desired package based on their business needs and required capacity.
Asiacell, the mobile telecommunications company in Iraq, was established in the city of Sulaimaniya in 1999 by the well-known entrepreneur Mr. Faruk Mustafa Rasool. In addition to being the first national Iraqi telecom network to provide coverage for all of the country’s provinces in the north and the south, Asiacell is the largest private Iraqi company, serving over 9 million subscribers and connecting the Iraqi nation.
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