The new-generation IsatPhone 2 joins IsatPhone Pro in our handheld satellite phone portfolio – bringing more choice to customers wanting the reliability Inmarsat delivers.
IsatPhone 2 is a tough phone for a tough world. The robust handset has been engineered to cope with anything that nature can throw at it – from searing heat to icy blasts, desert sandstorms or
monsoon rain. It offers unrivalled battery life – 8 hours of talk time and up to 160 hours on standby.
Together, IsatPhone 2’s design and capabilities – including safety features – make it ideal for the most demanding of users in sectors such as civil government, oil and gas, NGOs, and media.
Fixed number dialing
At keypad, phone, SIM and network levels
Works with standard bluetooth phone
All the features you need
High voice quality
Voicemail, text and email messaging
Extended battery capacity
Assistance button – sends GPS location data and
text to pre-set emergency number
Tracking – sends location information
Bluetooth for hands-free use
Incoming call alerts with antenna stowed
Ergonomic and ruggedised handset
Fast network registration in under 45 seconds
8 hours of talk time and up to 160 hours standby
Easy to use in multiple languages
Operates over Inmarsat’s I-4 global geostationary satellites, ensuring call stability and reliable network connection
High voice quality
Operates at -20°C to +55°C
Dust, splash and shock resistant (IP65, IK04)
Humidity tolerance from 0 to 95 percent
High-visibility, scratch-resistant transflective display readable in bright sunlight
Mains charger – 4 adaptors
Car charger – 10-30 volts
Micro USB cable
Wired hands-free headset
Quick start guide (8 languages)
Support USB memory drive
IsatPhone 2 operates over the global Inmarsat satellite network, which has an average network availability of 99.9 percent so you can depend on IsatPhone 2 for reliable voice connectivity, wherever and whenever you need it.
This map is illustrative of IsatPhone 2 coverage. It does not provide a guarantee of the extent of service availability. Please note, Alphasat coverage prioritises the region north of 44°S and service may degrade south of this latitude.