The Iridium 9555 satellite phone is light, but tough. Being connected to the only truly global mobile communications network, the Iridium 9555 is built to go anywhere.
Rugged & reliable
With its innovative and ergonomically rugged design, this sat phone can withstand the harshest conditions. You can depend on the Iridium 9555 as a lifeline, no matter where in the world you might be.
The Iridium 9555 sat phone boasts a refined design, with a more comfortable grip and internal antenna. This makes it extremely compact and portable much like a regular mobile phone.
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The IsatPhone Pro is Inmarsat’s first global handheld satellite phone offering. Purpose-built for the most reliable satellite communications network, the Inmarsat 4 network, it offers high quality voice telephony throughout the globe, and can support data service such as sms, email, and GPS lookup and send.
The IsatPhone Pro is packaged in a sleek, robust design. As a satellite phone, it delivers the best of both worlds, offering attractive pricing on hardware and airtime.
The Inmarsat 4 (I4) network is made up of three satellites which orbit the earth. This mobile satellite service provider offers coverage across the entire globe (with the exclusion of extreme polar regions). Running off one network, the IsatPhone Pro allows you to make high quality calls, anywhere in the world.
Network reliability & longevity
The IsatPhone Pro boasts some of the best connectivity of any satellite phone in the market. With 99% network availability, voice connectivity can be depended on wherever you might be.
Unlike terrestrial or cellular networks, Inmarsat’s geostationary satellites are not affected by severe weather, natural or manmade disasters.
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- IMPORTANT: IsatPhone Pro Firmware Update
Please be advised that the deadline for IsatPhone Pro users to update the firmware on their phones to version 5.3.0 has been extended to
- Result of the migration of GSPS traffic to Alphasat on 19th November 2013
We are pleased to confirm that the migration of Global Satellite Phone Services (GSPS) from Inmarsat-4 (I-4) F2 to the new Alphasat satellite has
- Migration of GSPS traffic to Alphasat
Inmarsat’s Alphasat satellite was successfully launched on 25 July this year and has now reached its in-service orbital location at 25 degrees East,
- BGAN/FBB/SBB Traffic Switched to Prime Antenna
Please be advised the BGAN/FBB/SBB Traffic for APAC has been switched to the prime antenna in Paumalu. We apologise for any inconvenience you may