5.6 Generation 2, October 3, 2018
Verizon Wireless Network Services are web service that allow you to integrate Verizon M2M connectivity management tasks such as service provisioning, usage monitoring, and status checking with your enterprise software systems, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management and customer service management. The Wireless Network Services API provide a secure, standards-compliant interface (SOAP/XML over HTTPS) to the web services at the Verizon M2M Data Center.
The information in this Knowledge Center applies to the most recent version of the Wireless Network Services SDK - 5.6 Generation 2.
On December 31, 2019, Verizon plans to retire its CDMA network (1x/EVDO, 2G/3G). These are the major dates in that plan that you need to be aware of:
July 1, 2019 - We will stop allowing the following changes for CDMA devices:
Now is the time to start moving your solution to our 4G network. There are multiple 4G LTE options to choose from, including Category-1 and Category-M1 choices. These industry-leading, cost-competitive, advanced-technologies enable the development of next generation solutions on the 4G LTE network. Contact your Verizon account representative for more information.
In May 2013, with the 4.0 release of the M2M Platform, Verizon began offering two Wireless Network Services SDK options:
|Generation||2G||3G||4G||Backwards-compatible with versions before 4.0||Latest Version|
|Generation 2||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||5.6, October 2018|
|Generation 1||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||4.4.3, May 2015|
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