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E3 offers unlimited 4G data system with no minimums

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Palma-based communications integrator e3 Systems now offers a global data service that delivers 4G data with no minimum commitments, no limits on usage, and coverage around the world, according to a company press release.

“Our Big Data SIMs have been really successful because they offer such flexibility and great value,” stated Ana Espallardo, product manager at e3. “Now, with Big Data Global, our customers can sail the world with just one SIM.”

Rates begin at €4.5 per GB. Clients pay only for the data used, with free seasonal suspension, automatic blocking outside territories, and the ability to monitor daily usage online.

E3 Systems is part of the marine electronics group Grupoarbulu. The company is a distributor for Kymeta flat-panel terminals, and a partner for Inmarsat’s flagship Fleet XPress and FleetBroadband services.

For more information, visit e3s.com.

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