Globalstar Sat-Fi Satellite Hotspot

Globalstar Sat-Fi Satellite Hotspot


The Globalstar Sat-Fi Satellite Hotspot allows users to use their existing Wi-Fi enabled devices to send and receive calls, email and SMS text messages over the newest, most modern satellite network.


  • Powered By The World's Newest, Most Modern Satellite Network
  • Easily Make Calls, Send Emails, And SMS From Any Wi-Fi Enabled Device From Beyond Cellular
  • Fastest Data Speeds In The Industry For Sending And Receiving Email
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  • Be Heard with Globalstar's crystal-clear voice quality
  • Be Productive with the industry's fastest data speeds, allowing you to send more in less time, therefore saving airtime costs
  • Be Efficient with up to 8 users using their existing devices to share one Sat-Fi connection
  • Be Economical with the most affordable airtime plans

Who Needs Sat-Fi?
Sat-Fi is ideal for users working or traveling beyond the range of cellular in industries such as:

  • Energy/Oil & Gas
  • Commercial/Recreational Marine
  • Emergency Management
  • Construction
  • Natural Resources
  • Transportation


  • Powered by the world's newest, most modern satellite network
  • Easily make calls, send emails and SMS from any Wi-Fi enabled device from beyond cellular
  • Fastest data speeds in the industry for sending and receiving email
  • Enjoy affordable, crystal-clear voice quality with seamless connectivity
  • Simple 10 digit dialing, caller ID and ability to use existing device contacts via the Sat-Fi App
  • Connect up to 8 users to Sat-Fi at one time
  • Connect with emergency services should the unexpected occur
  • Designed for both vehicle/vessel-based and fixed locations

Sat-Fi Apps Features:

  • Available for Android, Apple iOS, Mac and Windows
  • Easily make voice calls, send emails, SMS & post to social media
  • Conveniently use existing device contacts
  • S.O.S. alert capability with GPS location data sent to emergency responders
  • Transfer incoming calls and send text messages between connected users

Sat-Fi Includes:

  • Sat-Fi unit
  • AC/DC power supply
  • 12VDC car adapter
  • Waterproof DC power cable
  • Wi-Fi antenna
  • External satellite antenna
  • 14 ft. coaxial antenna cable
  • Mounting accessories
  • Quick start guide
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