Iridium OpenPort Double Value Promotion

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Iridium

 

Iridium OpenPort Double Value Promotion Satcom Global is pleased to announce a limited time promotion from Iridium which will offer service  plans that double the data and/or voice allowance on a range of popular OpenPort service packages.

Offering excellent value, the new promotional plans will provide high volume data packages at ultra-affordable prices.

The promotional details are:
*Double the data on 200MB, 1000MB & 5000MB plans *
*Double the date and voice allocation on Combo Plans E & F*
*Receive a credit for two free months rate charge
*Receive a one-time $2000 service credit (new subscribers only)**

The double value offer is available to both new and current Iridium OpenPort subscribers. Existing customers have the option to migrate to the new promotional plans, but if current commitment has not been fulfilled, they will be assessed with regard to any related early termination penalties.

To find out more about the Iridium OpenPort service and Pilot hardware, please click here.

For more information about this promotion, please Just Ask, or contact your Satcom Global account manager directly.

*Promotional plans require activation on 128kbps plan, and have a minimum commitment of 24  months.

**To qualify for the service credit, the activation must occur with a new SIM on a vessel that has not previously had Iridium OpenPort.

 

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