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Maritime Satellite

Low rates on high seas.

Singapore's Coast Earth Station offers one of the lowest rates for global Inmarsat A maritime satellite communications in the Pacific Ocean region.

That's because, with our special arrangement with the

British and Norwegian telecommunication administrations, there are no international landline charges or value-added taxes to UK, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland.

Furthermore for ship-to-shore telephone calls during the off-peak period (GMT 1001 —1600), you can enjoy a discount of 5 Gold Francs per minute. This works out to substantial savings especially when you have worldwide maritime interests.

The Singapore Coast Earth Station offers automatic connection around the clock for ship-to-shore, ship-to-ship and shore-to-ship communications. In addition to standard services like telephone, telex, Maritime Telex Letter, telegram, fascimile and data transmission, we now have telex group call and packet switch services.

To take advantage of our low rates, dial 10 (from ship earth stations with the octal numbering system) or 8 (from those with a decimal numbering system). Or post this coupon and we'll send you our brochure.

Please send me more information on

Maritime Satellite Communication Services.



Address: .

Mail to: Division Manager, International Mobile

Communications, Orchard Point Post Office,

P.O. Bo* 38, Singapore 9123. Telex: RS 20213, Singapore Telecom

Telefax: 733 8595, Telephone: 730 2669 / 730 2660. Call us We connect

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Maritime Reporter

First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.