Inland Cellular, Senet to provide connectivity services

Senet, a provider of cloud-based software, global connectivity service platforms and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), and Inland Cellular, a provider of local, nationwide and international cellular coverage, has announced a partnership to deliver Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity across Inland Cellular´s coverage areas and extend Inland´s branded services to support the rapid growth of IoT applications, the company said.

Through this partnership, Inland Cellular will begin offering LoRaWANâ„¢ connectivity in the coming months for a broad range of IoT applications and markets, including tank monitoring, water metering and management, smart agriculture and smart cities.

The companies will work closely to expand Inland´s coverage footprint and IoT application support through Senet´s Radio Access Network (RAN) Operator services, which provide coordinated go-to-market activities between operators, solution providers and system integrators ready to take immediate advantage of highly scalable and secure connectivity purpose built for the IoT.

Inland Cellular is a locally operated rural cellular communications company that provides service in Southeastern Washington and North Central Idaho. We have been providing quality local cellular service since 1990. From the beginning, our goal has been to provide our customers with the friendliest, most complete customer service in the area while providing local cellular service that is second to none. For more information, visit

A founding and Contributing member of the LoRa Alliance, Senet is the provider of global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity used to instrument the physical world and enable businesses to revolutionize their operations. With core values centered around changing the world for the better, Senet is committed to promoting IoT Network and Network Management innovation, and supports an open partner ecosystem to ensure that IoT realizes its full potential of delivering economic, environmental, and social improvements. For additional information, visit