How It Works
Features and Benefits
Administrators get access to a feature-rich SIM-management platform, including comprehensive usage reports, limit notifications, and data budget notifications.
Add a bundle for cheaper in-bundle rates. Combined bundles for an entire APN are more cost effective than 3G, and can be managed from a centralised platform.
Vox will ensure dedicated bandwidth on the links between the network providers and Vox for exclusive use of the corporate APN.
Vox APN offers users the ability to work from anywhere, where the mobile data signal is available and is perfect for travel purposes and increasing productivity.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Private APN is a secure method to connect mobile data SIM cards, via the Vox network, to your company MPLS or other network. An APN is a configuration which the Mobile Network Operator interprets to send the data traffic to your corporate network.
Ability to keep staff connected, securely, from anywhere, anytime, to your company network without using the Internet. Data is sent directly from the SIM card to Vox’s network by the Mobile Network Operator. Vox in turn sends the data to your company network. Peace of mind that the company data is being used for work purposes, and not for unsecured Internet browsing.
Any new or existing business customer can get this offer through any of Vox direct sales’ channels. In depth scoping is required to ascertain customer requirements, in order to allow Vox to provide the best possible solution.
If your corporate network manages your users’ Internet access, then your APN can be plugged into the same systems. If your corporate network users’ Internet access browsing is monitored and managed by your resident IT policies, then your APN users can be configured to use the same systems.
This would depend on what you intend to use the APN for. Data hungry applications, video streaming and content rich services would need more data than a thin client, or terminal session application. Each APN is scoped separately, and no two are commonly the same.