In the 1990s, Thuraya satellite phone was the talk of the town, a phone that hardly lack network, long battery, durability. I can't mention it all, phones have developed from only the use of making calls and text messages to smart phones that can do video calls chatting and so on.
Maybe the 90s kids will still remember Thuraya, which almost all the kids can't own because of how expensive and luxurious it was.
The name Thuraya is an Arabic name for the constellation of the Pleiades, the company Thuraya is a United Arab Emirates-based regional mobile-satellite service (MSS) provider. The company operates two geosynchronous satellites and provides telecommunications coverage in more than 161 countries in Europe, the Middle East, North, Central and East Africa, Asia and Australia.
As everyday keeps passing by, so does technology advance, Nokia 3310 of recent was redesigned which went viral but did you know that lateat Thuraya phones still exist?
The new versions are targeted to professional users across a range of market sectors including government, energy, media and NGOs, the Thuraya XT-PRO is the only satellite phone to feature built-in GPS, BeiDou and Glonass for highest accuracy and added security in every region. See the pictures below:
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