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Inmarsat Fleet One Coastal Postpaid Airtime: Standard Plan

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Monthly Access fee: $59.95.
Monthly Included IP Data: 10 MB.
Monthly Included Voice Call Minutes: 100 Min – (Home Region Only).
Excess IP Data (Per MB): $6.00.
Calls to Fixed Line PSTN (Per Min): $0.47.
Cost of Standard SMS: $0.50.

From: $59.95

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Fleet One Coastal Postpaid Airtime: Standard Plan

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Fleet One Postpaid Airtime Standard Plan

Standard postpaid (subscription) airtime plan for Inmarsat Fleet One satellite terminals with monthly included IP Data of 10MB and 100 minutes of monthly included voice all minutes (Home Region Only). Monthly included IP Data and Voice Call minutes do not roll over month to month. Fleet One offers fantastic satellite airtime rates in the Fleet One “Home Region.”

First time buying Fleet One satellite phone airtime? Good news! We’ll waive the price of the SIM card when you purchase airtime at the same time. Please choose your preferred Fleet One airtime plan and make sure to check that you need a new SIM card.

In order to activate new Fleet One airtime minutes or postpaid (subscription) airtime plans, we need a signed copy of the FleetBroadband Terminal and Vessel Information form.

Coverage Area

The coverage area for Fleet One airtime is very important when considering use. On the following map, the green areas indicate “Home Region” airtime. “Out of Region” airtime is restricted to voice calls only. Data will not work in the “Out of Region” zone.

Fleet One Coverage Map

Compatible Equipment

The FleetOne Costal Airtime Plan is only compatible with the following devices:

Sailor Fleet One
AddValue Fleet One

Activation Fee

There is a first-time activation fee for new Fleet One postpaid accounts of $50.00 that applies to new accounts.

Need to activate your airtime? You can do so here:

Request Airtime Activation

Term Length

This airtime plan requires a minimum 3-month term. All Inmarsat Fleet One postpaid airtime accounts require a signed service application and a completed Terminal and Vessel Information Form before service activation.

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Quick Airtime FAQ

When Does My Plan Start?

Your airtime plan starts when you request activation of your airtime plan, and the activation goes through, not when you purchase the airtime plan. We ship SIM cards unactivated for security purposes, so you do need to request activation of your airtime in order to start using it.

Need to activate your airtime? You can do so here:

Request Airtime Activation

Please note that all postpaid plans require a signed service agreement prior to activation.

How Long Does Activation Take?

Typically, activation takes only a matter of a couple of hours (or less), but sometimes there are delays in Inmarsat’s system and activation can take up to 48 hours. Just to be on the safe side, we recommend requesting activation 48 hours prior to when you will actually need the airtime, just in case there are some delays in the system.

If My Plan Expires and I Need More Airtime, Do I Need a New SIM Card?

If you reach the end of your validity period, you will lose your minutes. You can add more minutes to your Inmarsat SIM card whenever you need: Inmarsat SIM cards do not ever expire.

Fleet One “Home Region” Coverage Map

The coverage area for Fleet One airtime is very important when considering use. On the following map, the green areas indicate “Home Region” airtime. “Out of Region” airtime is restricted to voice calls only. Data will not work in the “Out of Region” zone.

Fleet One Coverage Map

Fleet One “Out Of Region” Coverage Map

When not in the “home region” for Fleet One airtime, you will fall into the general Inmarsat coverage map. The coverage area for Inmarsat airtime encompasses a large portion of the earth. Inmarsat’s satellites are geo-stationary above the earth’s equator and offer good coverage up to 70° latitude. Because the satellites are stationed above the equator, you may need to position your satellite phone’s antenna in the direction of the satellite from your location in order to get a signal.

Inmarsat Coverage Map

 

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