Cellular Mobile Device
A long-range device used for voice or data communication over a wireless network. Service includes unlimited calling, text messaging, email, data plan, access to Google Apps, and GPS. ETS has contracts with Verizon, AT&T and Union Telephone for voice and/or data devices.
Allows customers to dial and receive telephone calls; check email, calendar events, access Google Apps, and access the internet where cellular service is available.
Do you want to simplify things using just one phone instead of carrying two?
This Dual SIM Card FAQ guide is here to help answer some of your questions.
What is the purpose of a dual SIM card?
Dual sim cards are a way to combine 2, or more, phone numbers into a single cellular phone with the intent of limiting the amount of cellular hardware a user must carry.
Do I need to obtain any permissions?
This is permissible with the understanding that the user's phone, and any data on it being personal or business, may be discoverable under Wyoming Statutes 16-4-201 through 205 of the public records act.
What are the requirements to install a SIM card?
Any use of a dual SIM card requires the installation of the State MDM Security Profile on the device.
What is the MDM Security Profile, and what is its purpose?
The Mobile Device Management (MDM) Security Profile prevents rootkits and malware from infecting mobile devices.
When do I need to do the installation?
You're automatically prompted for installation when adding State email accounts to a device.