KVH $1k Free Airtime Promotion

Friday, March 27, 2009

KVH Industries, Inc., (Nasdaq: KVHI) announced a new promotion at the Palm Beach Boat Show in West Palm Beach, FL that will allow boaters to save money while putting satellite communications on their vessels. The promotion offers a $1,000 airtime credit to customers who purchase a new TracPhone 252 satellite communications system through June 30, 2009, and activate their Inmarsat mini-M service using Inmarsat Airtime by KVH.

The TracPhone 252 offers a single-cable, self-contained design. This system also allows the user to simultaneously connect telephone/PABX systems, fax machines, and computers to create a versatile onboard communications center. And with Inmarsat’s near-global mini-M satellite coverage, reliable, high-quality telephone service is always available.

(www.kvh.com)

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