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Motorola Defy Satellite Link, Here’s How It Works on Android & iOS Phones

No Mobile Coverage? No problem. Motorola plays a role in creating an environment where we feel empowered to bring our authentic personalities to work. The company recently launched Motorola Defy Satellite Link, which lets you connect to text messaging and emergency SOS.

The Motorola Defy Satellite Link is a unique accessory that was announced at MWC 2023 in February, and now its current service areas include the continental US, and Europe, Canada, and Alaska will be available by September.

The all-new Motorola Defy Satellite Link brings two-way satellite messaging to your existing smartphone in areas where cellular signal is lacking. Satellite communication features are being brought into the mainstream after Apple added Emergency SOS via satellite to the iPhone 14 last year.

Motorola offers the Bluetooth Satellite accessory for just $150, which includes a one-year subscription to Essentials coverage, 30 two-way messages per month, and SOS assistance. Or if you don’t think you’ll be in a position to type out long text messages, the Defy Satellite Link also comes with a “Check In” button that you can use to send coordinates to your family and friends.

How To Operate Motorola Defy Satellite Link

Now, the question here is how does it work on any device, as it connects to compatible Android and iOS phones using Bluetooth, where users can send messages using Bullitt’s satellite messaging service.

Noteworthy, message senders must download and set up the Bullitt Satellite Messenger app on their phones, but the cool thing about this system is that message recipients also need to download the app and receive them as standard SMS messages. For More: Click Here

Motorola Defy Satellite Link

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