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KVH TracPhone FB250 Satellite Antenna

KVH TracPhone FB250 Satellite Antenna

Description

The KVH TracPhone FB250 Satellite Antenna is the perfect solution for yachts that require the same internet capabilities as at home or in the office.

Features

  • Internet connections with speeds as high as 256 Kbps
  • Rugged, reliable design for outstanding performance even in challenging sea conditions
  • Enjoy Internet and telephone connections just like the ones at home
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$12995.00
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$11,117.94
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Why Buy From Fondriest?

Details

The compact, low-profile antenna will bring lightning-fast broadband connections and simultaneous, reliable telephone service to your boat at an affordable rate. Best of all, the system's compact design is easy to install and looks great on any boat.

This system provides easy, global access to e-mail, Internet, and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), as well as telephone services, creating an "office at sea" that can travel with you wherever you go. With the TracPhone FB250, you will enjoy Internet and telephone connections just like the ones you have at home.

By keeping your passengers and crew happy and connected to home, you are making an investment in your boat that will be valuable for years to come.

Features:

  • Uses powerful FleetBroadband service from Inmarsat
  • A choice of airtime plans to fit your needs 
  • Inmarsat Airtime Services provided by KVH offer exclusive airtime benefits and a single point of contact for both hardware and airtime questions
  • Free access to KVH's VelocityT Acceleration software to optimize and speed up data connections
  • Always-on connection for e-mail, Internet and Intranet (via secure VPN) 
  • Inmarsat FleetBroadband Activation Process Checklist - Use this handy activation process checklist to ensure you submit all necessary forms for activating your system
  • World-class warranty coverage and support
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