“GlobaFone now offers one of the most comprehensive Iridium satellite programs under GSA.” GlobaFone CEO Lou Altman
Portsmouth NH (PRWEB) June 23, 2011
GlobaFone, a leading multi-carrier satellite service provider announced that the General Service Administration (GSA) has approved the addition of their Iridium Pre-Paid Service Plans. Under the plans, subscribers buy a block of minutes with a fixed expiration date. Once the minutes are exhausted or the expiration date approaches the subscriber can add more airtime or extend the expiration date for a fee.
“We are very pleased to have added our Pre-paid Iridium Service Plans to our GSA Schedule,” said Lou Altman, GlobaFone CEO. “GlobaFone now offers one of the most comprehensive Iridium satellite programs under GSA.”
The pre-paid plans come in minute denominations of 75, 150, 200, 500, 1,000, 3,000 and 5,000 minutes with expiration dates ranging from 60 days to two years. For a nominal fee, subscribers can extend the expiration date by 30 days. In addition, unused minutes roll over when the subscriber renews the service. “Government clients have diverse requirements and the pre-paid plans add flexibility to our offering, so that clients can choose the plan that best suits them,” added Altman
GlobaFone of Portsmouth, NH is an award-winning, leading service provider of satellite phone solutions to Federal, State and Local Governments, as well as corporate clients. GlobaFone solutions include five brands of satellite communications – Iridium, Inmarsat, Globalstar, Thuraya and VSAT as well as cellular service for lease with roaming in over 200 countries and local cellular service in dozens of countries.