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Iridium Pilot
Iridium Pilot
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Free Voice Minutes with select airtime plans

FX 150 FleetBroadband Satellite Terminal
FX 150 FleetBroadband Satellite Terminal
FX 150 FleetBroadband satellite communications terminal from Wideye, well suited for small and mid-sized commercial marine, fishing and leisure vessels.
Sailor 150
Sailor 150
Thrane & Thrane Sailor 150 - FleetBroadband system.
Sailor 250
Sailor 250
Thrane & Thrane Sailor 250 - FleetBroadband system.
Sailor 500
Sailor 500
Thrane & Thrane Sailor 500 - FleetBroadband system.

Looking for an alternative to your current mini_M service provider?

Current airtime rates for mini-M maritime terminals:

  • $50 Activation
  • $25 per month
  • $1.99 per min for all calls to/from PSTN**

 

Calls are billed in 20 second increments; 60 second minimum.
**Higher rates apply for voice can data calls to/from other satellite systems.

The Inmarsat maritime mini-M service is currently scheduled to be retired September 30, 2014. No new service activations will be allowed after this time. End of life for this service is scheduled for December 30, 2016. At this time service will be discontinued (mini-M terminals will no longer be able to make connections). Please contact OCENS to dicsuss possible upgrades or alternetive systems.

 

Download mini-M Service Agreement
- Please complete this and return to OCENS for service.


As part of Inmarsat's satellite repositioning and network optimisation programme, the Inmarsat Mini M service has been transferred to the Inmarsat-3 (I-3) F4 satellite in the Atlantic Ocean Region West (AOR-W), where it is offered as a spot beam service only. As a result, all Mini M services are no longer available in the Antarctic Peninsular, or the surrounding waters of the South Atlantic and South Pacific oceans. Users in these areas are requested to talk to their service provider about migrating to Inmarsat BGAN on land or FleetBroadband at sea. Please refer to the coverage map below to see where service is now available.