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WIRELESS COVERAGE - 147 Countries!

Mobile telephone services are available in nearly every country of the world.  Many third world countries are choosing GSM technology as a way of linking their populations at a cost that is far less expensive than conventional hard wire methods.  Most of the mobile telephone systems also provide extensive coastal and off-shore coverage.  While it does not necessarily provide 100 percent coverage of every part of the coast, the chances are excellent that you can obtain
reliable connections in most areas of interest.

TYPES OF SERVICE ACCOUNTS:

Mobile service providers offer various forms of service accounts. These generally break down into two categories: Pre-Paid, and Billed accounts.  

GSM mobile telephones use a SIM card (Subscriber Identification Module) that controls the type of billing account and the telephone number of the handheld telephone. Changing the card changes the details of the way the phone works.  That makes the handset just a piece of hardware into which you load software (the SIM card).

When you first set up your DE500 system you will need to activate your mobile phone by signing up with the local mobile telephone service provider.  They will supply the appropriate SIM card which you insert into the GSM phone that is connected to your DE500.

By loading a prepaid SIM card into the GSM phone, you can receive all incoming calls and are able to make outgoing calls up to the limit of your prepaid card.  These cards usually do not work outside the country in which they are purchased.  But, they do allow for quick and easy connections without waiting for your 'billed' account details to be processed. Check with individual service providers for details of their offerings.

Non-GSM phones have similar features.

GSM SERVICE PROVIDERS:

There are at least 147 countries and territories providing GSM mobile telephone service. Below you will find links for each of these to the www.gsmworld website which provides direct links to each of over 400 different service providers.  Many of the service providers show coverage maps on their websites and many provide various levels of service.  

(One quick word about types of mobile telephone service.  First, let me point out that in the United States these services are normally called 'CELLULAR TELEPHONES', but in the rest of the world the term 'MOBILE TELEPHONE' is more common.)

Links to the GSMworld website (opens a new browser page)

Albania

Gibraltar

Norway

Algeria

Greece

Oman, Sultanate of

American Samoa

Greenland

Pakistan

Andorra

Guernsey

Palestinian Authority

Antigua & Barbuda

Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Armenia, Republic of

Hong Kong

Paraguay

Australia

Hungary

Philippines

Austria

Iceland

Poland

Azerbaijan, Republic of

India

Portugal

Bahrain

Indonesia

Qatar

Bangladesh

Iran

Reunion (La)

Belarus, Republic of

Ireland

Romania

Belgium

Isle of Man

Russia

Benin

Israel

Rwanda, Republic of

Bolivia

Italy

Saudi Arabia

Bosnia Herzegovina

Jersey

Senegal

Botswana

Jordan

Seychelles

Brunei Darussalam

Kazakhstan

Sierra Leone

Bulgaria

Kenya

Singapore

Burkina Faso

Kuwait

Slovak Republic

Burundi

Kyrgyz Republic

Slovenia

Cambodia, Kingdom of

Lao

Somalia

Cameroon

Latvia

South Africa

Canada

Lebanon

Spain

Cape Verde

Lesotho

Sri Lanka

Central African Republic

Liberia

Sudan

Chad

Libya

Suriname

Chile

Liechtenstein

Swaziland

China, Peoples Republic of

Lithuania

Sweden

Congo

Luxembourg

Switzerland

Congo, Democratic Republic of

Macau

Syria

Cote d'Ivoire

Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of

Taiwan

Croatia

Madagascar

Tanzania

Cyprus

Malawi

Thailand

Czech Republic

Malaysia

Togo

Denmark

Maldives

Tunisia

Egypt

Mali

Turkey

Equatorial Guinea

Malta

Turkmenistan

Estonia

Mauritius

U.S.A.

Ethiopia

Moldova, Republic of

Uganda

Faroe Islands

Monaco

Ukraine

Fiji

Mongolia

United Arab Emirates

Finland

Morocco

United Kingdom

France

Mozambique

Uzbekistan

French Polynesia

Namibia

Venezuela

French West Indies

Nepal

Vietnam

Gabon, Republic of

Netherlands

Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of

Georgia

New Caledonia

Zambia

Germany

New Zealand

Zimbabwe

Ghana

Nigeria