Handheld satphones really came into their own in the wake of Cyclone Yasi, with a new product from Inmarsat proving a viable alternative to those from dominant player Iridium. But which is best? That depends on which consultancy you believe.
Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, today unveiled a complete specification for its forthcoming global handheld, IsatPhone Pro, that is unmatched in the satellite phone market.
Inmarsat has announced that the first call has been made using its global handheld service, IsatPhone Pro, which is on track for launch in June 2010.
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