Registration

Registration

International SIM cards and Iridium SBD Devices

International SIM cards and Iridium SBD Devices may be registered by subscribers for a 6-month period with multiple entries to Russia permitted within that time frame. For service requirements of longer than 6 months, a subscriber should change SIM cards and re-register with Iridium Russia or, Purchase service from an Iridium Russian Service Partner.

To register, please provide the information below on the registration page of this site.

For Individuals: Full name, Nationality, MSISDN, Iridium Device Model (9555, 9575 etc) & IMEI

For Companies or Aircraft Registration: Company name, contact number, Country of Registration, MSISDN, Iridium Device Model (9555, 9575 etc.) & IMEI (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity)

Russia-based Subscribers

Russia-based subscribers will need to purchase Iridium airtime services from an authorized Russian Service Provider. Russian Service Partner SIMs will be permanently valid. (Russian Service Partner is defined as a Russian Corporation holding a valid Service Partner contract with Iridium Communications OOO).

You will need to provide the information below on the registration page of this site.

For Individuals: Full name, Nationality, Full address, Passport information - number, date of issue, and authority of issue; MSISDN, Iridium Device Model (9555, 9575, etc.) & IMEI

For Companies or Aircraft Registration: Company name; contact number; Jurisdiction; Legal address; Tax code; - Information about the persons who will use the mobile devices – full name, job position, address, and passport information; MSISDN, Iridium Device Model (9555, 9575, etc.) & IMEI (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity)

End-User is solely responsible for the accuracy of the information provided.

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In early 2019, Iridium completed the $3 billion Iridium NEXT mission, which completely replaced the first-generation Iridium constellation. With an upgraded network, Iridium is poised now more than ever to meet the growing demand for global communications on land, at sea, and in the skies – far into the future.

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