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    Default is it possible now to have satellite internet?


    im new here, please people help me with my problem, can i connect to internet using my satellite? thankz to all who can help me.

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    Default Re: is it possible now to have satellite internet?

    Quote Originally Posted by akira_x15
    im new here, please people help me with my problem, can i connect to internet using my satellite? thankz to all who can help me.
    You need to subscribe to satellite internet providers.

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    and you will need stallite internet equipment also, a dish and a normal STB can not connect you to the internet.
    for more information, follow the thread
    PC DVB & Satellite Internet

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    One way or two way? VSAT solution.

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    Satellite internet, will need a special dedecated dish, normally 1.2 metre off-set, The correct LNB and also a Modem. All this is supplied and installed by the service provider,

    BUT, One way satellite , downlink only, still requires a phone line, for the uplink, There are low download limits, after which you will pay more ,
    In Australia, one way satellite internet connections can be had for something like $50 a month , 24 month contract, and your avarage costs are more like 80 to 100 dollars a month.

    Two way satellite is considerable more , again with a low download, Minimum payments for a month work out in the hundreds, with a top of the line connection, No limit package costing something like $1500. a month, or more.
    regards from OZ bassett

 

 

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