Telenor Satellite Launches Free Airtime Program
Telenor Satellite Services, a subsidiary of Telenor of Norway, has announced that all Telenor Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) service activations made in May and June 2006 will earn users $1,000 of free airtime.
BGAN offers users high-speed IP-based broadband communications plus simultaneous voice (telephony) calling, via a portfolio of small, lightweight user terminals. The robust communications service from Telenor is especially useful for a variety of IP-based applications such as streaming video, videoconferencing, web browsing, and allowing businesses and organizations to extend networks to their remote operations sites. Telenor said this exclusive Telenor BGAN "Free Airtime Program" is in addition to its previously announced BGAN Terminal Swap Program where customers can save up to $1,500 on the purchase of a new voice and data BGAN terminal with the trade-in of a used satellite handheld phone. According to Catherine Melquist, director of Marketing for Telenor Satellite Services, Telenor will apply a credit of $1,000 toward communications traffic generated within the first 30 days following activation of BGAN terminals using Telenor's BGAN Anytime or Standard Plan. Through the end of June 2006 or while supply lasts, Telenor, through its global network of service providers and partners, is offering free airtime and BGAN equipment discounts for customers who turn in an old handheld satellite phone for a new BGAN terminal. Under the program, BGAN users can receive a combination of free airtime and equipment discounts worth up to $1,500, depending on the terminal model purchased.
Source: Satnews Daily
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