The People’s Network delivers secure, ubiquitous, and affordable wireless connectivity.

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Why use The People’s Network?

Connect devices and collect data in ways never before possible at a fraction the cost of cellular without needing to deploy and maintain wireless infrastructure.

Massive Coverage

The largest, public LoRaWAN network in the US and now available in Europe.

Miles of Range

Range is optimized for devices running on Helium LongFi. Devices can communicate 200x further than Wi-Fi.

Affordable Pricing

Connectivity costs are a fraction of those associated with cellular without the restrictions.

Helium provides the right mix of low power, high security, and robust coverage in urban locations...

Jay Langhurst


Start using the Network

Anyone can start using the network today. Follow these steps to get your devices connected to the Helium Network.

Step 1

From asset tracking to smart leak detection choose any LoRaWAN-compatible sensor.

Step 2

Onboard and manage devices with Console using the hosted or open source version.

Step 3

Analyze the data in your favorite IoT platform with Console pre-built or custom integrations.

Accelerate your deployment

We can help accelerate your project from POC to production. Contact us to learn more or schedule a demo.

Helium vs Telcos

Connectivity costs are a fraction of those associated with cellular without the restrictions. Unlike cellular, with Helium companies never have to pay for sim cards, worry about data caps, or be charged for overage fees.





Ability to pay based on device usage

Connectivity without sim cards or related fees

Ability to pool data across devices


Unlimited data usage (no caps)

Charges for data overage


* No Overages Allowed

Simple, usage-based pricing

Everything needed to manage devices and transfer data is included with the cost of connectivity. Companies only pay based on data usage. Calculate costs based on the number of devices and how often they send data.

Data Calculator

One Packet is equivalent to 24 bytes.

Number of Devices

Device Transmits a Packet every:

Total Cost for Devices per: