Satellite Comms Seminar for Commerical Boats & Cruiseliners

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Global Satellite USA announced its educational seminar, taking place Tuesday, September 7th, 5:00-7:00pm, at their new head office, located 1901 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL33316.  Light refreshments will be served.

This educational seminar is specific for cruise liners and commercial boat captains and staff.  This is an opportunity to learn about the latest satellite communications technology.  Special guests include Inmarsat’s Business Development Director - Americas, Frank August who will be demonstrating the latest ISAT Phone Pro, the first global handheld satellite phone using the Inmarsat network. 

We will also be demonstrating Global Satellite’s software solution, SatCollect – to help you save money on your airtime and provides an easy to use local number for inbound calls anywhere in the world.

Limited space is available, and reservations will be on a first come first serve basis.  Please RSVP to guarantee your reservation via sharon@globalsatellite.us or call 954 540 1896.

www.globalsatellite.us

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