IRIDIUM - SUBSCRIPTION SBD


IRIDIUM SBD Postpaid
Versione 1 valido dal 15/09/2008

Activation - one off (Include SIM CARD and Activation Cost) USD 35.00
(EUR 29.26*)
Monthly fee USD 20.00
(EUR 16.72*)
Cash Deposit (It is for each single line activated and it will be paid back the month after the contract is closed) EUR 200.00
(EUR 200.00*)
Contract Duration (Contract will automatically renew for the same period if is not Deactivated with 90 day in advance notice) 1 month
Included Bytes per month (if not used will be lost at the end of the month) 0 bytes

IRIDIUM SBD SERVICE

Iridium Short Burst Data (SBD) service is a data service that enables you to cost-effectively send and receive short data transactions efficiently over the Iridium network.

 

The Iridium SBD Service is designed to send data messages that on average are typically less than 300 bytes. Iridium Short Burst Data (SBD) Service is an efficient network protocol designed for shorter sized data messages and uses a proprietary network protocol to transfer data messages to and from the remote terminal. Specific Iridium SBD applications may include:

  • Flight following for aircraft and helicopters
  • Tracking and messaging for maritime vessels
  • Tracking of mobile land based assets such as trucks and heavy equipment Monitoring of equipment on oil and gas pipelines
  • Monitoring of equipment of water, gas and electric utility distribution networks Application usage for Iridium SBD would be optimal for the following markets: oil, gas, research studies, rail, maritime, aeronautical, and utility industries as well as applications in the government and military sectors.

 

Features SBD is transmitted to your Iridium system via a RS232 serial port.

  • Mobile Originated (MO-SBD) Message size is between 1 and 1960 bytes.
  • Mobile Terminated (MT-SBD) Message size is between 1 and 1890 bytes. (0 byte messages are referred to as "mailbox checks.")

 

Global network transmit latency for delivery of messages ranges from approximately 5 seconds for short messages to approximately 20 seconds for maximum length messages. This latency is the elapsed time before the Iridium SBD system sends the SBD message to its e-mail destination. Additional latency introduced by the Internet or the customer's host system is not in Iridium's control.

 

Iridium SBD Delivery Methods

You have three SBD delivery methods and can list 5 total delivery addresses.

  • Email: all SBD messages are delivered via email
  • IP:PORT
  • Another SBD IMEI device

 

Turing on/off SBD GEO data
The SBD GEO data determined by the Iridium satellite network can be included with the message if your are not sending GPS data in the SBD message already. (accurate to about 15 miles)


SBD Ring Alert
The Iridium Gateway will send a 'Ring Alert' to the Transceiver when a Mobile Terminated SBD (MT-SBD) message has been queued at the Iridium SBD Gateway. Your mobile application can then decide whether to retrieve the MT-SBD data message at that time or later.


Your do not have to add VAT or TAXES to your DEPOSIT. GEOBORDERS have the right to modify your deposit according to your usal call charges volume


CALL CHARGES FOR: SUBSCRIPTION SBD
TYPE OF CALL TIME TARIFF
Calls to Landline Phones (of all the world)
Calls to Mobile Cellular Phones (of all the world)
Calls to Voicemail
SMS sent from your phone
SMS received on the phone
Data Calls per minute
Data calls per MB
Charge for 256 bits (32 bytes)
Charge per 1000 bytes
00:00 - 24:00
USD 2
(EUR 1.67*)
Calls made inside your region to Fixed Phones inside your region
Calls made inside your region to Fixed Phones outside your region
Calls made outside your region to any Fixed Phone
Calls made inside your region to Cellular Phones inside your region
Calls made inside your region to Cellular Phones outside your region
Calls made outside your region to any Cellular Phone
Data Calls per minute made inside your region
Data Calls per minute made outside your region
Data calls per MB made inside your region
Data calls per MB made outside your region
Data calls per MB in SOUTH AMERICA
Calls to Iridium
Calls to Thuraya
Calls to Inmarsat GSPS ISATPHONE - LINK
Calls to Inmarsat SPS
Calls to Inmarsat FleetBroadband
Calls to Inmarsat BGAN
Calls to Inmarsat Swiftbradband
Calls to Inmarsat B
Calls to Inmarsat M
Calls to Inmarsat MINI-M
Calls to Inmarsat GAN
Calls to Inmarsat FLEET
Calls to Inmarsat SWIFT
Calls to Inmarsat AERO
Calls to other Satellite Phones (excluding above)
RECEIVED Calls from +1 Access
RECEIVED Calls from Two stage dialing
OUTGOING Calls in ISDN
Data Calls per minute steaming 8
Data Calls per minute steaming 16
Data Calls per minute steaming 24
Data Calls per minute steaming 32
Data Calls per minute steaming 64
Data Calls per minute steaming 128
Data Calls per minute steaming 176
Data Calls per minute steaming 256
Data Calls per minute X-STREAM
COVERAGE MAP

IRIDIUM SBD SERVICE provides the only truly global satellite voice and data solutions on the planet.

Work or play anywhere on earth and enjoy complete coverage. This includes oceans, airways and Polar Regions.
The Iridium constellation consists of 66 low-earth orbiting (LEO), cross-linked satellites operating as a fully meshed network.
Iridium has the largest commercial satellite constellation in the world and delivers essential communications services to and from remote areas where no other form of communication is available. This is what makes the Iridium network unique.

The Iridium network provides global coverage however; Iridium complies with U.S. embargo restrictions and as such is prohibited from providing products and service to the following countries: Taliban controlled Afghanistan, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria and Sudan. Since this is beyond Iridium’s control, each country is different and regulations may change without notice; it is best to check with the local Consulate or Customs offices for current details.

The embargoed countries where a satellite phone will work in these countries (we cannot guarantee service), but there (may be) issues taking an Iridium phone into these areas at customs/border patrols: Cuba, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Angola & Yugoslavia.
You may need special government permission to bring a satellite phone into embargoed countries.

Message size for MO-SBD is between 1 and 1960 bytes (0 byte messages are referred to as "mailbox checks"). Message size for MT-SBD is between 1 and 1890 bytes.  The maximum message size depends on whether am Iridium 9601 or 9522B transceiver is used.  The 9601 has shorter message lengths, but the hardware is lower in cost and supports up to 340 bytes MO-SBD and 270 bytes MT-SBD.

Remote Applications send Mobile Originated SBD (MO-SBD) data messages via an Iridium Transceiver.  The application microcontroller or microprocessor communicates with the Transceiver using AT commands over an RS232 serial port.  The application loads the data message into the Transceiver and instructs it to send the data message.  The data message is transmitted across the Iridium satellite network to the Iridium Gateway.  From there, the data message is transferred via e-mail or an IP Socket to the customer's host computer system.  Here the message is stored in a database for further data processing.

Mobile Terminated SBD (MT-SBD) messages are sent to the Iridium Gateway via e-mail or IP Socket from the customer's host computer system.  With appropriate configuration and provisioning, the Iridium Gateway will send a 'Ring Alert' to the Transceiver when a MT-SBD message has been queued.  The Mobile Application will then decide whether to retrieve the MT-SBD data message at that time or later.

Global network transmit latency for delivery of messages ranges from approximately 5 seconds for short messages to approximately 20 seconds for maximum length messages. This latency is the elapsed time before the Iridium SBD system sends the SBD message to its e-mail destination. Additional latency introduced by the internet or the customer's host system is not in Iridium's control.


COST OF OTHER OPERATIONS
Sim Card or Terminal Swap (in case of Damaged or lost/stolen SIM CARD or terminal) USD 35.00
(EUR 29.26*)
SIM Card or Terminal SUSPENSION (automatically suspended for invoice non-payment or other reasons) USD 10.00
(EUR 8.36*)
Reactivation of a perviously SUSPENDED SIM or Terminal USD 10.00
(EUR 8.36*)
SIM Card or Terminal Deactivation (this cost will be charged when you close your contract) USD 15.00
(EUR 12.54*)


* As reference all prices are converted in your Favourite currency (you can select your currency from the top menu), original prices are written first and prices expressed in your favourite currency are shown between parentheses. VAT is Excluded. On your invoice you will have exchange rate of the invoice period that may be different from today exchange rate. Now we show BCE Exchange rate of 25/09/2017


GEOBORDERS INFORMS

Dear Customer,
            the service provided from Iridium Communications Inc. has 100% coverage of the earth's surface. 


 The IRIDIUM provides the SMS to email but no arrangements for sending two-way SMS to all operators worldwide.


 NB All satellite users are not empowered to call special numbers of individual nations, such as: Emergency services, toll-free numbers, special numbers or premium, etc.. The customer will find the numbers pointing national service that wants to call.

 

TO USE IRIDIUM PHONE AND SBD IN RUSSIA YOU NEED A REGISTRAION

All phones and SBD going to Russia must do an online registration on IRIDIUM RUSSIA website www.iridium-russia.com

  • This registration is FREE of charge
  • This registration will last ONLY 6 MONTHS except for Aircraft that will last 12 MONTHS (and need to be done again if required)
  • All Calls will be routed throught IRIDIUM GATEWAY in Russia


Registration information is provided for compliance with Russian telecommunications regulatory requirements. Iridium Russia will use and disclose registration information only to meet its obligations under Russian law. Subscribers registering are responsible for the accuracy of their data entered and registration is possible only through your service provider or by going to www.iridium-russia.com, a website owned and operated by Iridium Russia.
 


About Geoborders

Geoborders is an independent Mobile Satellite Communications Provider established in 1995. It is now one of the leaders in different commercial sectors and have a wide variety of clients worldwide, including individual travellers, large corporations, aid agencies, shipping companies, government departments and the military.

Geoborders have HQ in London and distributes its product and services via wholesale and retail channels through its branches and partners.


For more information please contact GEOBORDERS:
Toll Free (from 21 countries): +800.3333.6666
Phone (Worldwide): +44.20.3051.3846
Fax (Worldwide): +44.330.684.0307
E-mail: activations@geoborders.com
Web Site: www.geoborders.com