Network coverage

On this page, get all the information related to network coverage of the Weenect trackers, including the list of covered countries.

Technology

The best coverage on the market

Our GPS trackers come with a sim card (included and embedded in the product). The sim card supports multiple networks, which means that it can connect to several carriers – covering up to 99% of the country.

List of countries covered and supported carriers

Albania

Telekom Albania | Vodafone | Albtelecom

Austria

A1 Telekom | T-Mobile | Drei

Belgium

Proximus | Orange

Bulgaria

A1 | Telenor | BTC

Croatia

VIPnet | Tele2 | T-Mobile

Cyprus

CYTA | PrimeTel | epic

Czech Republic

Vodafone | T-Mobile | O2

Denmark

TDC | Telenor | Telia

Estonia

Elisa | Tele2 | Telia

Faroe Islands

Vodafone

Finland

Elisa | DNA | Telia | Ålcom

France

Orange | SFR | Bouygues Télécom | Free

Germany

Vodafone | Deutsche Telekom | O2

Gibraltar

Gibtelecom

Greece

Vodafone | Cosmote | Wind Hellas

Hungary

Vodafone | T-Mobile | Telenor

Iceland

Fjarskipti | Síminn | Nova

Ireland

Vodafone | Three Ireland

Italy

Vodafone | Telecom Italia | Windtre

Latvia

Bite | Tele2 | LMT

Liechtenstein

Telecom Liechtenstein | 7acht

Lithuania

Bite Lietuva | Tele2 | Omnitel

Luxembourg

POST Luxembourg | Tango | Orange

Malta

Vodafone | GO | Melita

Netherlands

Vodafone

Norway

Telenor | Telia

Poland

P4 | Polkomtel | Orange | T-Mobile

Portugal

Vodafone | NOS | MEO

Romania

Vodafone | Orange | Telekom | Digi Mobil

Serbia

Telenor | Telekom Srbija | VIP Mobile

Slovakia

Orange | O2 | Slovak Telekom

Slovenia

A1 | Telekom Slovenije

Spain

Vodafone | Orange | Yoigo | Telefónica

Sweden

Telenor | Tele2 | Telia

United Kingdom

Vodafone | EE | Telefónica

Technology

Read more

To understand Weenect's network coverage, you need to remember two key facts.

The benefits of a mobile network

While phone networks have many great advantages, there are two main ones:

- It works without any distance limits. Your GPS tracker could be hundreds of miles away from you, or in another country, you’ll still be able to locate it. That’s a massive difference compared to Bluetooth trackers whose range is limited to a few metres.

- It means GPS is monitored in real time (up to a location every 10 seconds), essential for finding an animal that’s always on the move. GPS trackers without subscriptions (connected to the Lora or Sigfox networks) don’t offer such a high localisation frequency meaning they’d actually be completely useless when it comes to finding a lost dog or cat.

Dead zones

It’s important to remember that there are white zones that exist, where the 2G network is particularly weak, which prevents our trackers from working properly. Forest and countryside areas are more likely to be white areas.

To find out if this concerns your area, simply check if you get phone network signal there (if you don’t, is there a telephone operator that performs better than yours in the area in question?); if not, our trackers will likely have connection issues in your area.

18 questions to ask yourself before buying a GPS tracker