Monday, March 19, 2007

World’s Smallest Satellite Phone

Thuraya’s new generation Thuraya handset is highly powerful and compact, offering total convenience and mobility.

World’s Smallest Satellite Phone
With the pocket fit sized Thuraya SO-2510, satellite phones are no more cumbersome gadgets to carry around.

Thuraya SO-2510 offers satellite services exclusively in a mobile handset that is as compact and light as a small GSM phone. As the world’s smallest and lightest satellite phone ever made (weighing only 130 g and measuring 118 x 53 x 18.8 mm), Thuraya SO-2510 has redefined the perception of a satellite mobile phone.

More Compact. More Style.
The Thuraya SO-2510 is sleek and stylishly designed in appearance - far from the traditionally bulky satellite phones to satisfy the present-day users’ demands in taste and convenience. In addition, the small satellite phone is built to sustain the harshest of environment and rugged usage.

Catering to diverse customer segments across the world - from a travelling businessman to a reporter to a oil-rig worker, the portable phone is highly user friendly, offers high quality performance and features simple navigation capabilities.

Small in Size. Large in Features.
Thuraya SO-2510 offers you mobility and a choice to stay connected with Thuraya satellite services in places where terrestrial and GSM communications are unavailable.

Smaller in size, the Thuraya SO-2510 is large and rich on features. The phone features include GmPRS, Location Tracking (GPS), Fax and Data at 9.6kbps and SMS - services that allow subscribers to be in touch with the word anytime and anywhere in Thuraya’s coverage area.

Thuraya SO-2510 is supported with peripheral products and accessories that complement the phone and enhances usage in both outdoor and indoor environment.

Enhanced Features
Thuraya SO-2510 comes with enhanced memory capability that allows you to save as many numbers as you wish in your satellite phone. The phone supports 10 languages including Arabic, English, Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Spanish, Russian, Urdu and Turkish languages.

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