Twilio’s new ‘Programmable Wireless’ program returns control of the IoT to developers


The ‘Internet of Things’ can be equal parts terrifying and wonderful, but almost always relies on Wi-Fi to connect its various components. Twilio is hoping to change that with a new program that offers developers the chance to bring 3G cellular connectivity to the home. Announced today at it’s SIGNAL developers conference in San Francisco, Programmable Wireless starts with a Twilio SIM card. Billing is based on usage, too; pricing starts at $2 per SIM/month, and data charges can be as low as $0.10 per MB measured across devices. SIM cards also work with Twilio’s voice and SMS features. Programmable…

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Twilio’s new ‘Programmable Wireless’ program returns control of the IoT to developers



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