Burning Man, Hurricane Katrina Anniversary & Tropical Storm Debby Drive Satellite Phone Rentals

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This week's look at the events driving Satellite Phone Retals and Sales in the USA.

Each week America's Number 1 Satellite Phone Company, All Road Communications http://www.allroadcommunications.com, gives you a look at what is driving demand for satellite phones.

"We have a number of factors driving demand this week, the top 3 are the Burning Man Project, the Hurricane Katrina Anniversary and Tropical Storm Debby," said All Road's Chris Hoar.

"Burning Man is an annual event in the Nevada Desert, well out of cell phone range from what we understand, and Globalstar phones have been in strong demand, so much so that we are nearly out of stock right now. Along with that, we are coming up on the 1 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and people are making sure that they are prepared. Last year too many people found themselves without communications when the cell phone towers went down and the lights went out. Satellite phones work independently of the cellular networks and the power grid, making them the only option in such a disaster" said Hoar.

"On top of all that, we have the latest and fourth named storm of the season, Tropical Storm Debby, which may well turn into a Hurricane in the next few days. Being prepared is smart because when the first named hurricane is heading toward our shores then satellite phones will be almost impossible to come by at any price" he said.

All Road Communications rents Globalstar and Iridium satellite phones from as low as $19.49 per week. All Road also rents mobile high speed internet access units on the InMarSat Network from $119 per week.

All Road is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week and offers overnight and even same day delivery throughout the USA and Europe.

Call All Road Communications for a free quote or to reserve a phone toll free at 1-888-884-7623, directly at 1-619-596-4574, or order online at:

http://www.allroadcommunications.com

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