Iridium 9505a Satellite Phone Rental
Iridium is the only satellite phone service provider that offers truly global, truly mobile satellite voice and data solutions with complete coverage of the Earth (including oceans, airways and polar regions).
Using your satellite phone is as simple as using a cellular phone and all satellite phones include a variety of lightweight accessories for easy charging and set-up.
24/7 Technical Support is available worldwide for the duration of your sat phone rental by simply calling 6868 using your satellite phone (no charge) or by calling 1-800-563-2255 from a landline phone.
To rent a sat phone from Telestial is easy and convenient. Our rentals include an international plug adapter kit and come in a sturdy Pelican carrying case.
Your rental fees are calculated per day, not per week. And there is no minimum airtime requirement throughout your rental, you only pay for the minutes and texts you actually use.
|5 to 21 Days||22 to 56 Days||57+ Days|
|$7.99 / Day||$6.99 / Day||$4.99 / Day|
|Outgoing Calls||Incoming Calls
(2 Stage Dialing)
Text & Email
Text & Email
|$1.69 / min||FREE||$1.69 / min||FREE||$0.69 / text|
Airtime will be billed on the 10th of each month for the previous calendar month.
For Example: If your rental is in three calendar months, you will receive three airtime invoices. The last airtime invoice will be received on the 10th of the month following the calendar month the phone was returned.
All Iridium satellite phone rentals include FREE incoming e-mail
and text messages of up to 120 characters.
Click Here to send a FREE text message.
This map depicts Iridium's expectations of coverage. This map does not represent a guarantee of service.
Iridium complies with US embargo restrictions and as a result the following countries may not permit the use of Iridium Satellite phones or coverage may not be available: Cuba, Iran, North Korea. For some countries a permit is required in order to possess and operate a satellite phone, i.e. China, India, Myanmar. Please check either with the state department or local authorities if a permit is required.