Fleet Broadband 250 (FB250) is Inmarsat’s mid-range service, providing an always-on connection at up to 284kbps for applications such as email and Internet access, real-time electronic charts, and weather reporting. Guaranteed rates of up to 128kbps are available on demand for live applications such as video conferencing and database synchronization, as well as up to nine telephone lines with Fleet Broadband Multi-voice.
Standard IP Data: An always-on connection at up to 284kbps for applications such as email and internet access, real-time electronic charts, and weather reporting.
Satellite Telephony: Access up to nine telephone lines from a single FB250 terminal with FleetBroadband Multi-voice, and make crystal-clear phone calls to terrestrial and mobile networks, as well as other satellite terminals, anytime.
Streaming IP: Guaranteed rates up to 128kbps are available on demand for live applications such as video conferencing and database synchronization.
SMS: Send and receive SMS text messages to and from other Fleet Broadband terminals and land-based cellular networks from your PC.
Enhanced Voice Services: Voicemail and other enhanced call management options are available, including caller identification, caller barring and call forwarding.
Emergency Calling: Our 505 Emergency Calling facility puts vessels directly in contact with a maritime rescue co-ordination centre (MRCC) free of charge.
Fax: Fleet Broadband 250 provides a circuit-switched data connection for legacy applications such as Group 3 and Group 4 fax.
GSM Calls: GSM over Fleet Broadband 250 enables users to make and receive calls and send and receive SMS texts using the pre-paid SIM in their own mobile phone.
Global Coverage: Fleet Broadband is accessible globally, except in the extreme polar regions.
- Telephone, ISDN, SMS, VoIP
- Broadband internet
- Email and file transfer
- Video conferencing
- GSM Pico cell
- Anti-Piracy / citadel deployment
- Fax over IP
- Vessel routeing
- Weather forecasts
- GPS location data look-up-and-send
- Maritime / port regulations
- Notice To Mariners
- Safety 505 and red button
- Crew welfare