Act Now to Avoid Iridium Price Increase on Jan 1st

We have received notification that Iridium will increase pricing on the majority of their pre-paid vouchers as of 1 January 2013. Unfortunately we have no choice but to pass these increases on to our customers.

Where possible we advise all our customers to top-up or extend their airtime before Friday 21 December* to take advantage of the current pricing.

New pricing will be as follows:

  • 75 Minutes (1 Month Validity) - £90.00
  • 75 Minutes (2 Month Validity) - £120.00
  • 200 Minutes (6 Month Validity) - £310.00
  • 500 Minutes (12 Month Validity) - £470.00
  • 750 Minutes (6 Month Validity) - £470.00
  • 3,000 Minutes (24 Month Validity) - £1,900.00
  • 5,000 Minutes (24 Month Validity) - £2,770.00
  • Validity Extension (1 Month Validity) - £35.00

Please contact us on +44(0)1202 607486 if you have any questions regarding these changes.

*Our office will close for Christmas on Friday 21 December and reopen in the New Year. Although we will be responding to orders placed via our website during this time we cannot guarantee a response time and would recommend customers request their top-ups as soon as they can. Topping-up early will not reduce the validity extension you receive.

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