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23rd September 2014

A Look at Land Satellite Services

Whether you are responding to disaster, searching for oil reserves, reporting from the mountains or commanding military operations, you need to stay connected at all times. Missions can take you to remote and harsh locations with little or no infrastructure, meaning terrestrial phone signal and access to networks and the internet can be difficult, if not impossible.


Satcom Global are approved partners of the world’s leading providers of land based satellite systems: Inmarsat, Iridium and Thuraya, who provide a variety of dependable and secure, voice and broadband data services to keep you connected anywhere on Earth. However, with such a wide range of satellite services for land based users available today, which one do you trust to meet your needs and help you to complete your mission?


At Satcom Global, our knowledgeable and friendly sales experts around the world can advise you on the service that would best suit your location, needs and budget, but in the meantime, for a quick summary of the services available, our new Land Service Comparison guide could make your life easier. As each service and network has something different to offer, our guide summarizes their key features and variations that ensure you remain connected anywhere in the world.


For those on the move, a wide variety of vehicular and portable terminals are available with the Inmarsat BGAN and Thuraya IP services. For a low cost data solution in a fixed remote location look to the Iridium Pilot Land Station, and for a fixed voice line designed for indoor and outdoor use, the IsatPhone Link is a hard service to beat. In addition, for the highest data streaming rates on the market right now look no further than the BGAN HDR service offering speeds of up to 450kbps.


At Satcom Global we are passionate about making connections, so whatever your requirements, please Just Ask and our friendly experts in your region we will get back to you with our recommendations as to which services and furthermore which terminals suit your needs.

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