SatSleeve+ and SatSleeve Hotspot from Thuraya transform your phone into a satellite smartphone.
Leading international mobile satellite services operator Thuraya helps today's generation of savvy travellers and adventurers stay connected and share their experiences, however remote their location.
Which would you like to choose? SatSleeve+ or SatSleeve Hotspot?
What gets your blood flowing? Sport fishing? Mountaineering? Exploring the jungles of Borneo? If you live off the beaten path, then you need the ultimate companion to keep you in touch with civilization.
Thuraya’s satellite phones ensure you're never far away from the comforts of home. Make voice calls to your loved ones, or send emails, SMS, and faxes. And do it all with handheld equipment that fits in your pocket or rucksack.
Get a signal in seconds, anywhere under the coverage area of Thuraya’s satellite network.
When business operations extend beyond the reach of terrestrial communications, organizations count on satellite communications to maintain uninterrupted connectivity.
Thuraya’s solutions include satellite phones that help you quickly set up a field office or track your fleets from wherever you are.
With Thuraya, you are never cut off from email, phone calls, or the business applications that help you do your jobs. And with flexible plans and integration with popular industry standards, we are delivering the most reliable products and communications services at great value.
When disasters strike, rapid response can mean the difference between life and death. To relief workers, establishing communication links is essential for first responders to assess the scale of the disaster or organize an evacuation, as well as for ongoing coordination and setup of relief operations.
With Thuraya’s satellite phones you can quickly gain access to vital information services, and even integrate with relief organizations, emergency services and government/military outfits using different communications platforms. For ongoing relief missions, solar-powered voice, fax and SMS services can also be set up to help affected communities stay connected with the rest of the world.