Globalstar Sends Second Generation Satellites into Space


Where an I rent a satellite phone?

In a move to improve communications for its satellite customers, Globalstar has successfully launched its second generation of satellites. The six satellites were sent into space aboard a Russian rocket in March 2013 and will be added to the existing 18-satellite Globalstar network. By August, all satellites will be in place and “a crystal-clear communications network for Globalstar subscribers will be established,” according to the company. Additionally, Globalstar hopes that by offering more reliable service, it will be able to attract new customers and boost its bottom line. The company’s GSP-1700 phones retail for about $500 and service plans cost between $300 and $1,200 annually. Globalstar currently has around 100,000 voice service customers.

Where to Get a Satellite Phone

Thinking about purchasing a satellite phone but would rather try it before you by it? Are you heading to the Carribean and need to rent a satellite phone before you set out on your trip? Satmodo can help. Satmodo carries the best brands in the business – including GlobalStar, Iridium, and Inmarsat – at competitive prices.

SatmodoMeets the Needs of its Customers

To meet the needs of its customers, Satmodo offers a variety of rental packages. Need a device for a seasonal activity such as hunting or fishing? Satmodo offers competitive satellite phone packages. Aside from great products and great prices, Satmodo also offers straight-forward shipping costs, no hidden charges, and guarantees to get the phone in its customer’s hands a couple of days before their trip at no extra charge.

Ready to rent with Satmodo? You can find their nationwide corporate rental store at Rent It Today, where we make renting your satellite phones and additional electronics simple! And don’t forget to keep up with the latest communication devices from Satmodo by liking them on Facebook, checking out their Youtube channel, and adding them to your Google+ circles.

1 comments
Jon Imhoff
Jon Imhoff

Technology can be amazing. The ability to be in touch with the civilized world from remote locations is not only convenient, it can literally be a lifesaver.