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Free Gear Fridays: Win a ZOLEO Satellite Communicator With 3 Months of Service!

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This week, one lucky winner will receive a ZOLEO satellite communicator with three months of Unlimited Plan and Location Share+ service.

More on the Prize

For off-grid adventures, a satellite communicator is a good tool to have on hand. It lets you communicate with your contacts, share your location coordinates, check for weather updates, and call for help in an emergency.

The ZOLEO device uses the Iridium satellite network for when cellular or Wi-Fi signal isn’t available. It’s built for the backcountry, with durable water- and dust-resistant construction, and comes with a carabiner so it can be clipped to a pack.

The device has a dedicated SMS number, long message capabilities (900-plus more characters allowed in each message), a claimed 200-plus hours of battery life per charge, device sharing between multiple users, and a dedicated SOS button.

If you were to win, you’d receive the device as well as three months of ZOLEO’s Unlimited Plan, which includes unlimited messages and more. ZOLEO also threw in three months of Location Share +, an add-on that includes unlimited location share messages and up to five check-in contacts.

More on the Brand

ZOLEO aims to provide an affordable global messaging and safety solution. The brand is a joint venture between Beam Communications Pty. Ltd. and Roadpost Inc., and its focus is on satellite devices and accessories.

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