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IsatPhone 2
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IsatPhone 2

Handheld Inmarsat Satellite Phone
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Part Number: ISAT2
Your Price: $599.00
*Pricing Is Dependent on Service Options Chosen Below*
Availability: In Stock


The Inmarsat IsatPhone 2 is the most technologically advanced Inmarsat satellite phone currently on the market. You’ll get nearly global coverage to make phone calls, send SMS messages, and access the internet. The high-visibility screen is designed for easy readability even in direct sunlight.

The IsatPhone 2 kit includes a padded soft case for all the IsatPhone 2 standard components. The case has a weather flap over the zipper to protect against rain and dust and backpack straps designed for use with carabiners.

The Inmarsat IsatPhone 2 has an amazing IP65 ingress protection rating so that it is protected from dust and water intrusion in even the harshest environments. Order yours for Outfitter Satellite today.


  • Neary global coverage

  • High visibility screen even in direct sunlight

  • Ideal for calls, SMS messages, and access to the internet

  • Features a S.O.S. button in case of emergency


  • IP65 ingress protection rating from dust and water intrusion

  • Automatic GPS location reports (can be enabled or disabled)

  • Data speeds: 2.4 kbps with nearly global coverage

  • Limited quantities available


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* The IsatPhone 2 satellite phone offers 2400 bps circuit-switched data (best case), and is suitable for light email applications but not web browsing.

** Mountainous terrain and other vertical obstructions such as tall trees or buildings can block the Inmarsat satellite signal. We do not recommend the IsatPhone 2, even within its formal coverage area, as shown above, for mountainous areas where terrain masking can easily occur.As a rule of thumb, the Inmarsat satellite is relatively low on the horizon north of 50° N latitude or south of 50° S latitude, which increases the chances of terrain masking problems.

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