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Buying a new satellite phone is pretty expensive, and just like
shopping for the best cell phone plan - sky is the limit. The overall
process is obvious: first choose a satellite phone, then a provider,
then a plan. When considering your options, you may choose first
between buying a new or used satellite phone or just renting one.
For example, a high-end Motorola 9505 handheld unit is about
$1,500 new, $1,000 used, and $20 a day to rent. Less fancy units
sell for as little as $300 used or $45 a week to rent.

When buying or renting a satellite phone, remember to look into
some essential elements like noncoverage zones, calling card plans,
package deals, service zones, and so on. Also, don't confuse Global
System for Mobile Communications (GSM) cellular phones with
satellite phones that offer cellular service. GSM phones don't use a
satellite network. Most satellite phone companies require a one-week
minimum rental period and a large deposit. Satellite airtime rates
range from about 99 cents to $2 per minute depending on the calling
plan. Choose a plan that best suits your needs. Like cell phone plans,
satellite phone companies offer package deals, prepaid calling cards
and free e-mail and text messaging. Shop online for the best price.
There are dozens of satellite phone retailers offering very
competitive package deals.

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