Literature Available On COMSAT's SatCom Services

COMSAT Corporation, Washington, D.C., is offering free literature on its satellite communication services for the offshore drilling platform and maritime industry.

Among the services enumerated by COMSAT in its literature are: • Smart Card Phone Service— Uses prepaid cards to activate a direct-dial telephone for crew and transit personnel; • SeaPhone® Service—Relieves vessel management of billing and administrative responsibility by limiting satellite telephone service to collect or credit card calls; • SeaMail® Service—A satellitebased electronic mail service for mariners. Subscribers can create and edit messages, send telex, Group III facsimile, spreadsheets, computer-generated data files, customized forms and reports on ship operations.

COMSAT Mobile Communication provides maritime, international land mobile and aeronautical satellite communications to customers around the world through its Inmarsat coast earth stations, located in Southbury, Conn., and Santa Paula, Calif.

For free literature detailing COMSAT's satellite communications services for the maritime industry, Circle 64 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 9,  Apr 1991 JACK P. EDWARDS

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