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|Iridium GO Satellite Phone Review|
Iridium GO Satellite Phone Review Video Review Explorer Satellite Communications Iridium GO Quality **** Reliability **** Price/Value **** Referability **** Average Score-4 stars out of 5 Sign up for the weekly Monday Morning Must Have Videos here. http://mad.ly/signups/80597/join If you like to travel the globe for your next hunting or hiking adventure, it’s important to always be able to stay in contact with your loved ones and emergency responders. Explorer Satellite Communications has just released the new Iridium GO. This is unlike other satellite phones out there because the Iridium GO allows you use your current Smartphone as a satellite phone to make calls, send text messages, use twitter, and call for help in case of an emergency. The Iridium GO is made to travel and is jet-water resistant, shock and dust resistant and built to military specifications. It is lightweight and can easily fit into a pack. The Go can also fit on a tripod to keep it off the ground when using it. Before heading out on your trip make sure to download the free Iridium GO app for Apple or Android devices. To turn the unit on simply flip up the antenna while you are outside and then navigate through the app on your phone to make call or send messages. You will need to connect to the phone through your wifi settings before using. What I like about the GO is that it allows you to use your phone basically like you normally would. You can also check your voicemail on your phone to see if loved ones have contacted you. It allows you to make calls and send text messages easier than using other satellite phones. You can also keep social media up to date on what you are doing by using Twitter on the GO app. Another nice feature is that multiple phones can use the device so it can be shared while in camp. One minor drawback I see is that you now have two different devices you will need to keep charged besides just one phone. Iridium is the only provider of truly global satellite voice and data solutions with complete coverage of the earth (including oceans, air-ways and Polar Regions). So no matter where you are, you can reach your loved ones and they can reach you. There is also an online tracking feature where your whereabouts can be tracked. If you sign up for Global Rescue, there is an SOS button in the app or on the device you can hit if you are in real trouble. Hit the button and help is on the way. Global Rescue has several different service plans to buy starting at $119/week. The Iridium Go is listed right now with a sale price of $899.00 or it can be rented for $75/week or $250/month. Before you head out to the field you will also need to purchase minutes. Depending on the package you get the minutes aren't cheap, but you can also just pay by the minute if you know you won’t be making daily calls with it. Hopefully this will be an investment you won’t have to use in an emergency, but it’s nice to know that you can reach people and they can reach you. For more info on this product go to www.explorersatellite.com Quality: A very well made product that can handle your next hunting or hiking trip. Reliability: It's a product that I would be willing to bet my safety on. Price/Value: Expensive to buy but pretty cheap to rent. Referability: If you are going to be out of cell phone range, rent this device. It’s a cheap investment that could save your life.
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|RV Mobile Internet Options (2014 Version - View New 2016 Video Instead!)|
*** We have a BRAND NEW version of this video out for 2016 - Please view it here: https://youtu.be/gdEh6v3p0rg *** Internet access is almost as essential as water, power and sewer access for RVers, some would even say it's more essential. Internet is an amenity that is vital in keeping in touch with loved ones, networking with new friends, travel routing, remote banking, entertainment and even running businesses while being mobile. This 20-minute video and our overview article (www.rvmobileinternet.com/overview - kept up to date) is a quick overview of the options. From cellular, public WiFi, satellite and signal enhancing. This is our current overview video, we'll have an updated version out in early 2016. Our book - The Mobile Internet Handbook - goes into much further detail on each of these options, as well as a whole lot more. The options for keeping online while RVing are substantially different than those available while living in a fixed location. It is not going to be anywhere near as easy as just "plugging in" like you might have once done in your fixed home. On the road, you will be battling: Intermittent and variable connections. Varying speeds – from frustratingly slow to blazing fast. Bandwidth cap limitations on how much data you can use. Each individual solution has its pros and cons, and will be more ideal in some locations than in others. And there are no easy universal answers. Your ideal arsenal is going to be very personalized and dependent upon several factors including: How important is the internet to you? How much internet data do you need? How many devices do you need to keep online? What is your style of travel? What plans and devices do you have now? Your budget? Chris Dunphy & Cherie Ve Ard of http://www.RVMobileInternet.com and authors of 'The Mobile Internet Handbook' and hosts of RVMobileInternet.com. For more information: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com More about the book: http://www.rvmobileinternet.com/book
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|Internet on the Go - Review of Portable Internet available from Walmart|
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|Iridium 9575 Satellite Phone Review|
Explorer Satellite Communications Iridium 9575 Quality **** Reliability **** Price/Value **** Referability *** Average Score-3.75 stars out of 5 Sign up for the weekly Monday Morning Must Have Videos here. http://mad.ly/signups/80597/join We live in an age where constant communication with each other is a must have. Lets face it, if you send a text message to someone and you don't immediately hear back, you wonder where the heck they are and what is wrong with them. If you are a hunter, chances are you are hunting in an area that doesn't have cell service, especially if you like to travel to the ends of the earth pursuing big game. To help keep you in contact with your loved ones wherever you are, you might want to check out the Iridium 9575 Satellite phone from Explorer Satellite Communications. At first glance the Iridium 9575 looks more like what the first cell phones used to look like instead of a satellite phone. The phone itself is a nice size and is built rugged for your next trip. The housing is jet-water resistant, dust proof, and shock resistant. The large antenna pulls out of the top of the phone and the top swivels to ensure the antenna is pointing to the sky. The phone basically functions like a regular phone, but you have to put in a couple extra numbers depending on where you are dialing. You can also send and receive text messages on this phone. The phone quickly powers up and has very easy function. The directions say to make sure the phone has a clear view of the sky when using. I tested the phone in the woods and still received good signal. The leaves are starting to fall here now so I'm not sure how it would work in a dense forest. What helps the Iridium 9575 is that Iridium is the only provider of truly global satellite voice and data solutions with complete coverage of the earth (including oceans, air-ways and Polar Regions). So no matter where you are you, can reach your loved ones and they can reach you. There is also an online tracking feature where your whereabouts can be tracked. If you sign up for Global Rescue, there is an SOS button you can hit if you are in real trouble. Hit the button and help is on the way. Global Rescue has several different service plans to buy starting at $119/week. The Iridium 9575 is listed right now with a sale price of $1,425 or it can be rented for $85/week or $300/month. Before you head out to the field you will also need to purchase minutes. Depending on the package you get the minutes aren't cheap, but you aren't getting this to keep up with the local gossip while you are away. I know most hunters might think they will only need this phone if they are in the wilds of Africa or hunting in the Great White North. I think satellite phones should be something almost any hunter should consider. Lets take my farm for example. On my hunting property it isn't in a way far out remote area, but I still don't have cell service. Sure I let several members of my family know where I am hunting, but they will only be concerned about my whereabouts if I don't show up at home when I'm supposed to. If I am in the middle of the hunt and I need help, I have no way of getting it. The small size of the Iridium 9575 makes it easy to carry and gives me a little piece of mind when I'm heading to the stand. Sure, the Iridium 9575 is an investment and you may never need it. But are you willing to make that bet? Quality: A very well made product that can handle your next hunting trip. Reliability: It's a product that I would be willing to bet my safety on. Price/Value: Sure it's a little expensive but it's you best insurance policy when out in the wilderness. Referability: No, everyone probably doesn't need a satellite phone. If you are even questioning getting one, the rental price is not that bad considering it could save your life.