TerreStar Genus Hybrid Satellite Phone
Tuesday, 21 September 2010

If you remember Iridium, I’m pretty sure you must remember that in order to use this particular satellite network, you’ll have to use the large and bulky satellite phone. Nevertheless, 21st century technology has surely revolutionized these mobile phones, whereby current satellite phones do not come with an unusually large antenna anymore.

For instance, the TerreStar Genus Hybrid Satellite Phone looks like any ordinary smartphones in the market. Also, the TerreStar Genus Hybrid Satellite Phone is destined for a AT&T debut, whereby the respective company would offer the phone under their offerings. Basically, the TerreStar Genus Hybrid Satellite Phone runs on the Windows Mobile 6.5.3 operating system, and you can make calls in the US, Virgin Islands, and even Puerto Rico.

The phone itself will cost a whopping $799, and you’ll have to subscribe to the satellite service for $25 a month.

TerreStar Genus Hybrid Satellite Phone

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