That’s correct. The default action in 0.5.0 is to turn off the cellular module (Cellular.off()) so you no longer need to specify that yourself. And if you don’t want to turn off the cellular module (to keep the GPRS attachement) you can use the network standby flag.
So what is the bottom line to save the most power, SLEEP_NETWORK_STANDBY or not?
For twelve hours during the day I wake up from sleep for a minute read my sensor and then sleep for ( one hour) System.sleep(SLEEP_MODE_DEEP,3600);The rest of the time I sleep for 12 hours System.sleep(SLEEP_MODE_DEEP,43200); I was thinking of adding the SLEEP_NETWORK_STANDBY for the continuous twelve hour sleep cycle. Does it really matter in terms of battery life? Cellular usage?