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VSAT Internet solution for Somalia

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Somali
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Nov 6th, 2004 at 4:00pm  
Is their any internet provider that can offer VSAT connection for Somalia with affordable  price.
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Megan Hall
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Reply #1 - Nov 10th, 2004 at 5:09pm  
We can offer broadband satellite services to Somalia via NSS 7 for business solutions.  We offer both dedicated and shared platforms, starting at $604 per month.  If you're interested in more information, please email me at mhall@constellationnetcorp.com or visit our website for more information at www.constellationnetcorp.com.

Thanks!
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Andreas Buxbaum
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Reply #2 - Dec 11th, 2004 at 3:47pm  
Dear Group, we are also offering VSAT services on W3A starting at € 115,-/month with additional Voice and Security options. CyberCafe Services are available!

Send your inquiry to sales@nynex.de

Best Regards

Andreas Buxbaum
Business Development
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Reply #3 - Dec 29th, 2004 at 3:36pm  
We can offer service with iDirect equipment, on EuropeStar satellite.

Shiping cost for Dubai, for example, is ~ 200-250 Euro.

More Info at http://www.lamit.ro
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Kempa Satellite Networks
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Reply #4 - Jan 4th, 2005 at 11:24am  
Hi 

We are authorized  representative of the EUTELSAT  in
Central  and Eastern Europe,Middle East,and Africa too ,offering different services with,internet access among others.

If you want to have any net link pls don't hesitate and contact us  at office@ksn.com.pl


Best regards
przemek - sales manager
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Reply #5 - Jan 7th, 2005 at 3:51pm  
Dear Friend ,
we can cover Somalia with 53° E satellite Beam2 and with ES 1.

TDMA and SCPC are available using iDirect NetModems.

Regards
Andrea Toffoli
atoffoli@interatnet.it

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Reply #6 - Jul 14th, 2006 at 11:38pm  
Everybody on the forum can do it, but I see only one company actually did it in http://www.highspeedsat.com/ism.htm [b]Somalia[/b]. The WAFA's price seems reasonable - only $ 1,099 for the complete system.

wxw

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Reply #7 - Nov 20th, 2006 at 12:45am  
Hi....

There are a lot of companies which can provide  VSAT connection for Somalia with affordable  price.

But be very careful of the price-tag

I have same two sports shoes bought from the same market but a big gap in price.... business is like that!!!

Lots of regards.
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yours

Mohammed Sheikh Ali
Mecca, KSA.





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Reply #8 - Nov 20th, 2006 at 10:13am  
Regarding two-way VSAT monthly service pricing.

The cost of providing the service depends on two factors:

1. The maximum total bit rate provided
2. The number of other sites sharing the same satellite capacity.

So here are five theoretical examples of different monthly charges, based on the same customer terminal equipment.

80kbit/s down and 20kbit/s up, dedicated, US$ 600 per month.  Good for five PCs and a VoIP phone used regularly. Congestion under your control.

80kbit/s down and 20kbit/s up, 5:1 sharing, US$ 120 per month.  Good for one PC and a VoIP phone used occasionally.  Congestion outside your control, service subject to fair-use-policy to penalise greedy users .

800kbit/s down and 200kbit/s up, dedicated, US$ 6000 per month.  Good for 50 PCs and several VoIP phones used regularly. Congestion under your control.

800kbit/s down and 200kbit/s up, 10:1 sharing, US$ 600 per month.   Good for 5 PCs and one VoIP phone used moderately.  Congestion outside your control, service subject to fair-use-policy to penalise greedy users.

800kbit/s down and 200kbit/s up, 50:1 sharing, US$ 120 per month.  Good for one PC and one VoIP phone used occasionally.  Congestion outside your control, service subject to fair-use-policy to penalise greedy users.

So, with the same equipment, you may pay anything from US$ 120 per month to US$ 6000 per month.

What you pay per Mbyte downloaded will be about the same in all cases however.   If you plan to have many PCs connected you will need a higher monthly tariff to avoid overloading your connection.  I have provided some idea of what each tariff is good for above, but much depends on useage.  A PC user doing MP3 uploading/downloads and lots of VoIP calls counts as about 4 or 5 average PC users.

Best regards, Eric.
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