Our IoT Networks
What is LPWAN?
What are LPWAN technologies designed to deliver?
Extended coverage in large areas
even when underground or deep within buildings.
Great power efficiency
some devices can run on the same battery for up to 10 years.
Low cost communications hardware
enable data collection devices to be cheaper
with most connections requiring just a few bytes of data to be transmitted per day
Applications suited to LPWAN
Check our coverage maps for NB-IoT and CAT-M1
To get the fast data speed of 5G, you need to be in an area with 5G coverage, have a 5G phone from One NZ, and be on a 5G ready plan.
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) is also known as '4G Voice' or '4G Calling'. 4G Calling means that your phone call can be made over 4G networks. To use 4G Calling, you'll need a VoLTE capable mobile phone, and a 4G enabled plan. A software update to your device may be required in order to enable VoLTE. See our online help to learn about VoLTE capable phones, and what to expect with software updates.
Note: This coverage map is indicative only, and is intended to provide general guidance on where the One NZ network and outdoor coverage is available. Coverage may vary depending on your exact location and the type of device used.
Frequently Asked Questions
What LPWAN networks do you support?
What LPWAN modules do you support?
- Ublox Sara R410M
- Quectel BG96
- Telit ME910C1-AU
- Sierra Wireless HL7800
- SimCom 7020
- Nordic RF9160
Where do you have LPWAN coverage?
What bands/frequencies do you operate on for LPWAN?
- NB-IoT – Band28 (700Mhz)
- LTE-M – Band 3 (1800Mhz) and Band 28 (700Mhz)