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New Calling Card from Thuraya

'Thuraya Calling Card is being introduced at a time when maritime users in particular are cost-conscious' - Thuraya chief commercial officer, Bilal El Hamoui 'Thuraya Calling Card is being introduced at a time when maritime users in particular are cost-conscious' - Thuraya chief commercial officer, Bilal El Hamoui

Thuraya has launched a new satcom Calling Card focused on the maritime and energy sectors.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Available in three denominations of 25 units, 50 units and 100 units, Thuraya Calling Card allows crews to use their individual cards to make personal calls on shipboard phones, keeping business and personal calls separate.

Thuraya says that this could prove useful for managers and ship owners in controlling budgets effectively, as usage is charged to the Calling Card and not the telephone account.

The Card can also be used from fixed and mobile phone networks on land around the world, as well as through the Thuraya network and handsets in 140 countries.

“Thuraya Calling Card is being introduced at a time when maritime users in particular are cost-conscious, and the need for a comprehensive product that offers transparent pricing is of vital importance,” said Thuraya chief commercial officer, Bilal El Hamoui.

“Businesses can keep commercial and personal calls completely separate, on the same terminal. Employees can make their own calls with complete confidence they are not running up a huge bill for the company.”

The Calling Cards are available from Thuraya Service Partners.{/mprestriction}

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