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Thuraya XT-PRO DUAL Satellite Phone by Thuraya

  • "Please note this product does not work in North America, South...

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"Please note this product does not work in North America, South America or Canada. Please ensure you will be using within the Thuraya coverage area before purchasing"

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Thuraya XT-LITE Satellite Phone by Thuraya

  • Supported by the most robust and powerful satellite network
  • Important: The Thuraya satellite network does not offer coverage in...
  • Dual GSM & satellite voice calling through one SIM card*.

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The Thuraya XT-LITE provides reliable satellite phone connectivity with unbeatable value. It is designed for cost-conscious users who need to stay securely connected, without compromising on a clear and uninterrupted connection. It is one of the only phones that offers dual GSM and satellite voice calling through one SIM card*. It is very easy-to-use. You can make phone calls and send SMS messages in satellite mode, whether you are crossing the desert, sailing at sea or climbing mountains. Calls and text messages in satellite mode Make calls and send SMS messages in satellite mode whenever there is no terrestrial network available. The advanced omni-directional antenna ensures uninterrupted communications, offering seamless walk-and-talk functionality for calls-on-the-go. Long-lasting battery life Thuraya XT-LITE enables reliable communications with a long-lasting battery which provides up to six hours talk time and up to 80 hours standby time. Ease of use Simply charge your phone and ensure that your SIM card is working. It's that simple. You can then program the Thuraya XT-LITE to one of the 12 languages available (Simplified Chinese is available as a separate firmware). Supported by the most robust and powerful satellite network Thuraya's satellite network is renowned for having the most reliable satellite coverage, including approximately 160 countries or two-thirds of the globe. The Thuraya XT-LITE enables you to receive a call notification even with the satellite antenna stowed, keeping you connected at all times. Additional features include: Address book, alarms, calculator, calendar, call logs, conference calls, contact groups, speed dialing, stopwatch and world time. *You can only connect to both GSM and satellite networks with a Thuraya post-paid SIM. (If you would prefer to use a Thuraya pre-paid SIM you must also insert a GSM SIM card in order to access both GSM and satellite networks.)

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  • Thuraya launches Thuraya XT, toughest handheld phone

    06/23/15 ,via Mobiletor

    Thuraya launches a new satellite phone namely Thuraya XT which is claimed to be the world’s toughest satellite phone. Having released it with the many advanced features to ensure resilience, the company ensures that the device complies with world telecom ...

  • Thuraya launches entry-level satellite phone

    12/17/14 ,via Trade Arabia

    The addition of Thuraya XT-Lite facilitates a dual phone strategy whereby Thuraya continues to offer our existing flagship product, the Thuraya XT for the professional, enterprise segment, and the Thuraya XT-Lite for the casual value users.” Thuraya XT ...

  • Thuraya Telecom launched best-value satellite phone

    12/16/14 ,via Spy Ghana

    The addition of Thuraya XT-LITE facilitates a dual phone strategy whereby Thuraya continues to offer our existing flagship product, the Thuraya XT for the professional, enterprise segment, and the Thuraya XT-LITE for the casual value users.” Thuraya XT ...

Thuraya XT Dual Satellite Phone
Thuraya XT Dual Satellite Phone
Thuraya XT-Dual
Thuraya XT-Dual
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The Thuraya XT-Dual boasts ‘it makes the future looks so old’, but ...
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