Satellite phone plan costs vary considerably based on the amount of use required. For a casual user that only wants satellite phone service for emergency situations, plans can run as little as $300 per year, while for business travelers that need unlimited minutes, plans can cost upwards of $1,800 per year.
Take a look at the chart below for pricing options from ATG partner, Globalstar:
Why Globalstar Satellite Phones?
Globalstar satellite service is affordable for any business operating in remote areas. Pricing plans are available to meet your needs.
Clarity of Voice
CDMA (code division multiple access) technology makes Globalstar calls exceptionally secure and clear, with high quality voice transmissions.
No Perceptible Voice Delay
Use of Low-Earth Orbiting (LEO) satellites, moving at an altitude of 1,414 kilometers, helps virtually eliminate voice delay, compared to the noticeable time delay and echo effect of calls on geosynchronous satellites which orbit at much higher elevations.
Featured Products from Globalstar
A light and feature-rich mobile satellite phone, the GSP-1700 helps you stay connected virtually anywhere. Imagine being able to connect to the people and data that matter most—in the places and times that traditional communications don’t always work. The GSP-1700 is the ultimate handheld portable satellite phone.
Using the optional GIK-1700 installation kit, you can easily create a complete satellite phone system in your vehicle or vessel from the smallest car to the largest aircraft carrier. Antenna and cable length options were designed for ease of installation on land or sea—or simply use the phone hands-free with the optional industrial noise-canceling headset.
The GSP-2900 provides convenient fixed access to satellite voice and data services, including Internet, e-mail, and voicemail. As many as five RJ-11 jacks can be connected to the GSP-2900 to provide dial-tone to any standard or cordless phone. Installation options are virtually endless—GSP-2900 phones have been installed in boats, ships, cottages, skyscrapers, oil rigs, and service vans. You can also access remote terminated data—an easy way to communicate with monitoring devices to track equipment in remote locations.