Radio is a life line and the primary source of information for residents of remote areas of Western Australia, with a majority spending significantly more time listening to the radio than listeners in all areas across the nation.
Australian mobile satellite solutions provider Pivotel Satellite has partnered with global satellite company Inmarsat to launch a new service enabling smartphone connectivity for remote workers.
Travelling around remote and isolated areas of Australia for sightseeing or for work often means no mobile phone network signal and the average Joe doesn’t have access to a satellite phone, let alone something which can actually transform the mobile into a satellite phone.
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