Most devices work seamlessly on a CBRS LTE network. The exception cases include devices owned by a mobile network operator, locked devices, and devices with a single SIM card.
Check out Episode 5 of Office Hours to get answers to questions like…
- What kinds of mobile devices can be used on a private LTE network?
- How do mobile devices switch between public vs. private LTE networks?
- What kinds of policies do enterprises use to manage device access to private LTE networks?
- How do enterprises support “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policies for private LTE networks?
- Most devices that are compatible with a private LTE network switch seamlessly between the private network and public mobile networks.
- Enterprise-only and “Choose Your Own Device” (CYOD) policies provide clear guidance to employees about which mobile devices are compatible with the network
- Organizations with a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy can help employees select compatible mobile devices by recommending devices with dual SIM cards
- Mobile devices most at risk of incompatibility with a private LTE network are those that are owned by a mobile network operator, locked devices, and devices with only one SIM card.
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