They are owned by Globalstar and use Globalstar's network. However, the data portion of the Globalstar network hasn't had the problems the voice side has had.
Originally Posted by mdbee
Although, I wouldn't say this would make a substitute for a satellite phone, it might make a good supplement for communications:
You would of course need to find more information of which satellite system they use and maybe some feedback from current users.
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