motorola defy satellite link now available, solving connectivity issues for millions of people that live, work, play or roam into the fringes of coverage

Universal device works with any phone, offering the best value satellite messaging, location sharing and SOS assistance from the ‘Bullitt Satellite Messenger’ app

The multi award winning motorola defy satellite link uses the Bullitt Satellite Connect network to provide direct-to-satellite two-way messaging for those situations when you lose cell coverage, when the networks are disrupted or if a more discrete form of communication is preferred.

Not much larger than a car key fob, this incredibly affordable, easy to use device links your iOS or Android* smartphone directly to powerful GEO stationary satellites 22,300 miles up in space. 

Users simply download the Bullitt Satellite Messenger app, create a personal account, and pair the motorola defy satellite link to their phone via Bluetooth to send messages to and from space in minutes. The motorola defy satellite link comes with a satellite enabled SOS function and real time location sharing with a physical ‘Check In’ button, so friends, family or co-workers can follow the user’s journey progress and stay in touch no matter where their route takes them.

Powering the motorola defy satellite link is a cutting-edge NTN (non-terrestrial network) chip – the only one of its kind commercially available today. Not only does this state-of-the-art technology deliver incredible performance in an ultra-compact, lightweight package, but, for the first time, it makes personal satellite communications super affordable.

The motorola defy satellite link is the lowest cost two-way personal satellite messaging solution in the world today. It costs only £159/ €179/ $149 with free messaging and satellite enabled SOS, T&C’s apply.

The motorola defy satellite link is designed for anyone who values staying connected whatever the situation. Anyone who works or plays in the great outdoors from the mountains to the oceans and everywhere in between. It makes an essential addition to emergency preparedness kits, and is great to have on hand to provide extra peace of mind.

For the military, first responders and corporate customers the motorola defy satellite link provides a layer of resilience to their communications that can only be achieved today using bulky and substantially more expensive traditional satellite technology which is normally only provided to a select few. The cost and performance of the motorola defy satellite link makes larger scale deployments a straightforward decision to deliver improvements in efficiency and safety.


The motorola defy satellite link is available from operators and retailers including AT&T, REI Co-op, Bass, B&H Photo, Nomadic Supply,, and other major retailers.

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Bullitt Satellite Messenger: direct-to-satellite mobile phone technology for two-way satellite messaging

Bullitt Satellite Messenger is the first 3GPP standards-based satellite NTN or ‘direct-to-device’ service. The satellite connectivity in the new motorola defy satellite link is enabled by MTK’s MT6825 NB-IoT chipset. It connects with the service to access existing geostationary satellites, providing affordable and continuous coverage over existing, well-established infrastructure. With this new technology, customers can message over satellite, as long as they have a clear view of the sky.

The motorola defy satellite link device will connect via Bluetooth® to any smartphone. The device then connects directly to geostationary satellites 22,300 miles above the earth and allows users to send text messages via the Bullitt Satellite Messenger app, when cellular and Wi-Fi are not available. Recipients without the Bullitt Satellite Messenger app receive a message as a simple SMS to their existing phone, and are invited to download the associated Android or iOS app to respond.

SOS Assist – with 24/7 access to emergency response centers provided by FocusPoint International – is included.

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**iOS 14 or later, Android 10 or later