Globalstar's Service Reliability Reaches Key Milestone- Call Times Tool No Longer Required

With a $1 billion investment, Globalstar is the first Mobile Satellite Service provider to successfully develop and launch a second-generation satellite constellation.

Starting with their first launch in 2010, the past 3 years have seen a return of customer's confidence in their service reliability. In fact, many Government, corporate and recreational customers view Globalstar as their viable satellite communications tool, evidenced by their growing subscriber base of new customers and returning dormant customers.

GlobalstarThe last six satellites launched on February 6th, 2013 are fully tested and are being integrated into the network. With the increased network performance to date, Globalstar believes it has reached industry standards for satellite connectivity in its areas of coverage and feels confident that the Call Times Tool is no longer required. Subsequently, the Call Times Tool will no longer be available at all in the near future.

Global Telesat Communications is pleased to be able to confidently recommend Globalstar to customers demanding the best satellite voice quality and fastest low-band data speeds at an affordable and highly competitive price.

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