Most modern day satellite phones offer similar features to mobile phones, in a similar size but with the added advantage of being functional in areas where GSM service is not available. Furthermore, in recent years the cost of both phones and satellite airtime has reduced dramatically making a satellite phone a viable option for those who often venture into areas with no GSM coverage as well as those who wish to keep a satellite phone in case of an emergency situation. A satellite phone may not be a requirement for the everyday mobile phone user but if you work, or play in remote areas and need to be in touch then consider buying from Global Telesat Communications.

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