Telenor Launches New Suite Of Prepaid Services

Thursday, October 03, 2002
Telenor Satellite Services (TSS) announced the launch of a new suite of prepaid services for its communications services via the Inmarsat satellite system. Telenor’s new suite of services introduces innovate capabilities making crew communications easy and affordable, including: mobile-to-fixed and fixed-to-mobile calling services, multiple methods for convenient card recharging and other features giving Telenor flexibility to meet a wide variety of customer prepaid calling needs. Crew calling is available through Telenor for as low as 99 cents per minute from October 4, 2002, until March 31, 2003. Telenor also offers free crew calling phones as part of its new crew calling program.
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