Marlink to buy WaveCall from SeaTel

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Marlink is purchasing the WaveCall brand from SeaTel and will package its maritime VSAT solution and full-service support network with the SeaTel 4006 Ku-band antenna system.

"Marlink and SeaTel’s longstanding relationship provides a strong foundation for this new agreement, which will maximize the potential of WaveCall as further strength to our VSAT portfolio,” said Tore Morten Olsen, CEO of Marlink. “This next generation of WaveCall combines state-of-the-art equipment with fast and cost-efficient service and support based on customers' true needs.”

WaveCall by Marlink provides e-mail, Internet, voice and IP packages for the recreational marine sector. Features and services with the new WaveCall include high-speed connectivity, simultaneous voice and data services, prepaid calling cards, and flexible billing.

Marlink is a global satellite communications leader, providing maritime customers with a range of voice and data solutions.

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