Starting from $2,795.00
Starting from $995.00
Starting from $4,300.00
|Monthly Plans||Globalstar Orbit 100 Plan||Globalstar Orbit 200 Minute Plan||Globalstar Orbit Unlimited Plan (SatFi & 2900)|
|Additional Voice Minutes||$0.99||$0.99||$0.99|
|Yearly Plans||Globalstar Galaxy 1200 Annual Plan||Globalstar Galaxy 2400 Annual Plan||Globalstar Galaxy Unlimited|
|Additional Voice Minutes||$0.99||$0.99|
Here’s how to get your FREE* Globalstar GSP-1700 Satellite Phone :
Globalstar Coverage Map - Voice / Duplex
Plus Dialing: All calls from outside the US must be dialed using the plus dialing pattern Example: + 1(area code)- Phone number. On the GSP1700, the registration symbol changes from a Red House to a Black Triangle when outside the US.
Within the Home Zone, Globalstar North American customers can freely roam without incurring additional airtime costs. This map is intended to highlight Home Zone coverage for Orbit and Galaxy customers in North America. Coverage is subject to change without notice.
|Primary Globalstar Service Area|
Extended Globalstar Service Area
(Customers may experience a weaker signal)
Fringe Globalstar Service Area
(Customers should expect to experience weakest signal)
|Customers who have purchased their SPOT Global Phone/Globalstar phone outside of this area: Roaming is not currently available when traveling to the following countries and surrounding ocean areas: Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador. Your phone will not work in these areas, however we are working toward resolving this.|
|Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and parts of Antarctica are currently experiencing technical issues impacting connectivity and service levels. Issues are identified, and we are working to resolve them.|
Hurricane Katrina Coverage
Planning for emergencies is something we usually don’t do until after it happens, which is always too late. Hindsight is clearest and Globalstar is here to give you that clarity.
Globalstar Satellite Network
On February 6th, 2013, Globalstar successfully completed launching its constellation of second generation satellites. The first two satellites from this recent launch were raised and placed into service in early March. Globalstar expects to place the final second-generation satellites into commercial service over the next few months as planned. Customers will continue to see improvements in network performance over the coming months as these remaining satellites are placed into service.
These new satellites are designed to last for 15 years, twice the lifespan of Globalstar's first-generation satellites. The Globalstar second-generation satellite constellation will support the Company's current lineup of voice, duplex and simplex data products and services, including its SPOT-branded consumer products which have initiated over 2,200 rescues in over 70 countries and at sea since the initial introduction in 2007. Globalstar has always been known for its crystal clear, "land-line quality" voice service, ease of use and customer value, and Globalstar will continue to provide these end-user benefit.