With years of experience in delivering advanced maritime-centric IP links via satellite, Thuraya is the natural choice for the provision of marine value-added communication solutions. Thuraya has thorough understanding of its customer requirements and the nuances of technology suited for the marine environment; the company has integrated top solution providers’ services with its superior L-band network in order to create a complete ‘at-sea’ communication package.

We deliver a fully connected experience aboard any vessel, with fast and efficient communication wherever you sail and across the busiest shipping lines and ports worldwide. Ship owners, officers and crew have text, voice, data and video connectivity with varied asymmetric streaming options that contribute to efficiency and highly competitive airtime rates. Solutions are also enhanced with firewalls for optimized usage as well as secure email access and web browsing while at sea.

Distributed-office needs are met with secure chat and video conference capabilities, and vessel/fleet management is handled by platforms designed for crew welfare and the remote monitoring of cargo and equipment. Thuraya also syncs with relief kits to ensure that crew and passengers have unrivaled telehealth access to medical practitioners anywhere in the world.

With Thuraya, you’ll stay close to shore wherever the seas take you.

Robust and Reliable Airborne Satcom Systems

Mobility. Versatility. Reliability. Efficiency.

The world’s best-value satellite phone

Most affordable maritime satellite voice solution with tracking and monitoring capabilities

In-flight Connectivity Like Never Before

Enhancing Fixed-wing Communications

The Thuraya XT-PRO DUAL is the world’s first dual-mode

The FDU-XT PLUS is a home and office docking adapter that allows you to use satellite services on the Thuraya XT-PRO DUAL indoors.

Asia Telecommunications Company is National Service partner of Thuraya satellite company in Iran. It is based in Tehran and distributes Thuraya’s products and services in Iran.