Satworx Promotion

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Satworx, provider of satellite phone solutions, announced a promotion benefiting those in the maritime industries who spend time on small and large vessels where cell phone service is unavailable. Now through December 31, 2009, any boat owner or captain that signs a premium plan contract with Satworx will receive one of three free Sailor FleetBroadband satellite phones, valued between $5000 and $15,000. Sailor FleetBroadband provides cost-effective data and voice in a single terminal. The terminal also provides real-time weather updates, uninterrupted access to email, the internet, fax and calls, the most up-to-date chart data and efficiency route planning.

(www.satworx.com/fleetpromo.php)

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