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Re: NEW 2 way systems start at 675,00

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Jan 29th, 2008 at 11:13pm  
Come on that is not the real price you gave me tell people the full cost here is what you told me

the price you gave me was 675,00 euro plus 35,00 activation fee and 75,00 postage fee then 16% tax on top of that 127,00 giving a total cost of 922.00 euro this is the most expensive price i have seen for a tooway system yet all the other supplies i have seen so far are charging half of what you charging plus you wanted 21,00 euro for 4 f-connectors what a joke i can buy a bag on 100 f-connectors for 4 euro or you can go in any hardware store and pick them up for pennies

I any one don't belive me i can give you a copy of the .pdf you gave me,

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Our NEW 2 way satellite systems are available now from stock ! Visit our website for more info.

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Reply #1 - Jan 29th, 2008 at 11:53pm  
See some details here about Tooway satellite service available via El Molino in Spain.  You might like to ask about each of the Ku and Ka band alternatives.  The Ka band system is similar to Wildblue.

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #2 - Jan 30th, 2008 at 9:45pm  
Please read " Prices Start FROM" System is pre-configured and tested and double-checked which takes time (labour) and our company policy is not to ship just boxes but a full working system  and  shipping today is no longer cheap. Cables and connectors are pre-installed, therefore meaning everything is up and ready to go for the user.  And .... yes, we have to pay also tax. So ......... you end up at  euro xxxx,xx depending where to ship to etc. etc. Of course you can buy a coax cable and some connectors for xx,xx in a local shop but we like to supply good quality materials and .... make some money too! So next time if a quote is too high, please let us know direct; its always useful to have feedback to our sales team.
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Reply #3 - Jan 30th, 2008 at 9:57pm  
An installation manual (photos) of a Docsis Dish (Ka Band) can be find here, http://www.europe-satellite.com/EMS/systems/systems216.htm This is FREE !
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