Iridium GO! Satellite Based Hot Spot

Iridium GO! Satellite Based Hot Spot


The Iridium GO! Satellite Based Hot Spot extends the capabilities of any smartphone, laptop or tablet by creating a satellite-based Wi-Fi hot spot.


  • Data communications on smartphone or up to 5 mobile device
  • Tough enough to withstand rain, sand, dust and rough use
  • Instantly transforms trusted device into a global communications powerhouse
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Global Online Smartphone Access

Iridium GO!™ creates the first ever reliable global connection for voice and data communications on your smartphone or up to 5 mobile devices. No worries. No roaming charges. Just connected and in touch wherever you are, whenever you need, with the devices you rely on everyday.

Take Personal Communications Further
Iridium GO!™ is unlike anything the world has seen before. Powered by the world's furthest reaching network, this compact, rugged and portable unit dramatically extends the capabilities of any smartphone, laptop or tablet by creating a satellite-backed Wi-Fi hotspot - anywhere on the planet.
Transform Your Smartphone
Iridium GO! instantly transforms your trusted device into a global communications powerhouse. For corporate climbers and weekend warriors, individuals, enterprises or governments, for anyone who is on the move, out of range or off the grid - by land or at sea - Iridium GO! enables reliable voice and data capabilities for your smartphone or up to 5 mobile devices.

A Personal Communications Revolution

Iridium GO! enables satellite connectivity for your mobile devices where terrestrial networks cannot. Simply flip up the integrated antenna and the battery-powered unit connects quickly and automatically to the Iridium LEO satellite constellation to create an anywhere Wi-Fi hotspot within approximately a 30.5M (100') radius. You can easily connect and operate multiple devices within this area using the Iridium GO! application.
Iridium GO! supports a full range of global communications, including:

  • Voice calls
  • Email access
  • Applications
  • Social networking
  • Photo sharing
  • SMS two-way
  • GPS tracking
  • SOS alert

You can take Iridium GO! anywhere. It's small enough to fit in your pocket and, like other Iridium devices, tough enough to withstand rain, sand, dust and rough use. It can be carried, easily stowed in your backpack, or mounted in vehicles, aircraft and boats for mobile applications.
Combining the best that both satellite and cellular phones offer, Iridium GO! is the first in a whole new category of personal satellite connectivity devices. It is also a powerful development platform optimized for Iridium partners to build applications, extending communication capabilities even further in remote locations.
Iridium GO! is an affordable solution for truly global connectivity. It leverages and extends your existing trusted devices, is compatible with Apple® and Android™ operating systems, and eliminates roaming charges. It allows connections to be shared among multiple users and is supported by affordable plans that keep voice and data costs reasonable.

Critical Connectivity For All
No matter who you are, the ability to conduct business, connect with friends and family, access information, respond rapidly to any situation or simply stay in touch is critical, particularly beyond the reach of terrestrial networks.

Iridium GO!™

  • Pilots, boaters and truckers
  • Adventurers and explorers
  • Remote residents and vacationers
  • Emergency and first responders
  • Global and business travelers
  • Global enterprise
  • Executives and diplomats
  • Foreign missions
  • Government and NGOs
  • Military operations
  • M2M applications
  • Anyone out of cellular range
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