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AVE Communications offers satellite phones to communicate via voice or data in any part of the planet you may be, whether at land or sea.

AVE Communications offers satellite phones with worldwide coverage, integrated by 66 satellites providing essential transmission services of voice and data.

Approximately a 90% of the planet surface is out of range of wiring and conventional telecommunication networks, therefore the only option for communication is using satellite systems offering coverage where there is not, for people living or working at remote locations.

Get communicated with satellite phones that will give you coverage at any part of the planet, at disaster zones, and for emergencies.


  • Mining
  • Brigades
  • Expeditions
  • Camping
  • Rescue Missions
  • Marine and Oil Activities
  • Field Research
  • Emergencies and Disaster Recovery
Built-in speaker
Capacity for sending/receiving SMS and e-mail
Indoor communication capacity using its coverage extender antennas.
Water, moist and dust resistant
We go wherever you are and we guarantee that you will always be communicated using the products and services of Ave Comms
  • Worldwide coverage
  • Internet access via Bgan.
  • Reliable telephone communication
  • Communication for extreme environments, from desserts to polar zones.

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