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Reply To: LTEBee on Verizon?

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Matt Barney
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The SIMCom 7080G modem chip upon which the EnviroDIY LTE Bee is built did not have Verizon certification until early August. Once they notified me, I asked SIMCom support what APN setting to use for Verizon, and this was their response:

Set you APN as follows:

at+cgdcont=1,”ipv4v6”,””
at+cgdcont=2,”ipv4v6”,”vzwadmin”
at+cgdcont=3,”ipv4v6”,”vzwinternet”

We were able to get an EnviroDIY LTE Bee to connect to Verizon, using ModularSensors, by setting the apn to an empty string, e.g.:

Hopefully this helps anyone else who needs Verizon coverage with these newer modems.
Best,
Matt