gplink Approved in More than 30 Countries

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
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Remote monitoring and diagnostic services provided by gplink operate through either GSM service or through various satellite technologies. On a global scale, most countries have their own rules and regulations to follow for communications and radio frequency use. In order to sell in specific countries, gplink must first be reviewed and certified by that country’s communication commission or department. gplink said it has been working to be certified in dozens of countries throughout the world and announced that Peru is now online for gplink services, both GSM and satellite. Each time gplink services and equipment are certified in other countries, we are providing yet another market for new customers.

gplink is authorized for use in more than 30 other countries across five continents with several in the approval process including Turkey and Trinidad, set to come online in the near future.

Below is a list of all the countries gplink can operate in:

    Anguilla
    Aruba
    Australia
    Brazil
    Canada
    Chile
    China
    Costa Rica
    Curacao
    Denmark
    Dominican Republic
    England
    France
    Guadeloupe
    Indonesia
    Ireland
    Italy
    Japan
    Malaysia
    Mexico
    New Guinea (Papau)
    New Zealand
    Panama
    Puerto Rico
    Singapore
    Spain
    St Maarten
    St. Barths
    U.A.E. (Dubai)
    Yucatan

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