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Dynamic Technology

Thuraya Products give you the freedom of movement and the ability to stay connected in more than 110 counties in Europe, North, Central, Africa and large parts of Southern Africa, the Middle East, Central and South Asia. This means total coverage whether you are in a village, on a mountain or by coast.

GSM/Satellite phone
Thuraya’s handheld phones combine three powerful technologies: satellite GSM and GPS allowing users the flexibility to avail seamless connectivity outside terrestrial network and utilize global positioning overview.

World’s Smallest Satellite Phones:

SO-2510 & SG-2520
Thuraya’s second generation handsets are technological breakthroughs.

Designed to be the smallest and lightest phone in the satellite industry, the Thuraya SO-2510 weighs a mere 130gm and is ideal for heavy users who require only satellite service in areas with limited telecom connectivity. The SG-2520 is the only satellite smart phone in existence; offering satellite service along with the full range of advanced features.

ThurayaDSL provides Internet connectivity through a small and mobile terminal the size of a notebook, offering high-speed 144 kbps connectivity anytime and anywhere in Thuraya’s coverage area. Especially ideal for corporate customers, government agencies and news-gathering agencies, ThurayaDSL is a cost effective solution for their high-speed data requirements.

ThurayaPCO and ThurayaPayphone offer a powerful, versatile and cost effective telecommunication solution for thousands of people in remote and rural areas with patchy networks or no communication facilities at all.

ThurayaMARINE Thuraya’s high performance maritime solution provides vessels of all kids with sophisticated on board telecommunications for operability with Thuraya’s coverage area.


   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NATIONAL SATELLITE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES IS A SOLUTION PROVIDER COMPANY HIGH QUALITY
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS TO COMPLEMENT THE TELECOM NETWORKS
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