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Low Cost Monthly Contract With Iridium 9555
The 9555 from Iridium is the smallest, lightest satellite phone available. It is rugged enough for use in the harshest of environments. It works with the World's only truly global satellite communications network. The 9555 will keep you in touch anywhere on the planet.
The 9555 is similar in size to a cell phone, it's built to offer crystal clear voice communication from anywhere in the World. It has the ability to send text messages to other phones or e-mails addresses. This phone can even act as a modem. When attached to your computer you can connect to e-mail and Internet at speeds of 2.4 Kbs/s.
G COMM have a promise to offer the best prices on airtime. We have several options you can choose from below. We can offer same day dispatch of all Iridium equipment and it can be shipped from the USA or UK!
The Post-Paid Contract
The contract is simple, you pay $43.95 per month for 12 months, $0.65 per minute to call Iridium phones and then $1.25 per minute for calls to land and cellular phones. SMS (text messages) only cost $0.42 per message and calls to other Satellite systems (Inmarsat etc) cost $10.00 per minute.
If you are interested in a post-paid contract from G COMM please download our agreement to the right.
We can offer same day dispatch of all Iridium equipment (if currently in-stock) from the USA or UK!
Our 9555 satellite phones come standard with all the accessories necessary to keep you going no matter where you are including:
- AC travel charger with international plug kit
- High Capacity Battery
- DC in car charger
- Portable auxiliary antenna
- Antenna adaptor plate
- Leather holster with wrist strap
- Full instructions and user guide
|Dimensions||143 mm (L) x 55 mm (W) x 30 mm (D)|
|Weight||266 g (9.4 oz)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 °C to +55 °C|
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* E-mail compression service recommended. - G COMM do have a e-mail compression service available and you can read the comparison between compressed and non-compressed e-mails here.