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Satellite Capacity For Sale

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Global_Partner
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Oct 20th, 2009 at 10:07am  
KU Band satellite capacity for sale in Afghanistan, Pakistan & Middle East and Western African Region at very cost effective rates

Approx. available dedicated bandwidth = 20Mhz

Contact oac80@hotmail.com
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Eric Johnston
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Reply #1 - Oct 20th, 2009 at 10:55am  
Please say:

Which satellite.
Uplink and downlink beam names.
Exact frequency range available for lease.
Name and contact details of the person at satellite owning organisation where we can check that you are the genuine lessee of the capacity.

Best regards, Eric.
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technoserve
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Reply #2 - Jan 25th, 2010 at 6:54am  
We are having our iDirect Hub in Pakistan, we need 2 MHz Ku band bandwidth over Pakistan for one of our projects what will be the expected price and Satellite Name and footprint etc.
you can contact me on farrukhkhawaja@gmail.com

Regards:

Technoserve
+92 321 45 320 45
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Reply #3 - Jan 25th, 2010 at 8:32am  
Here is an example beam coverage suitable for Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nepal.  
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If you want your hub in Pakistan and also your remote site customers in Pakistan, then you need to find spare capacity in a transponder beam that is connected back on itself, so you can see your own signals.

Contact: Hussein Oteifa
Senior Sales Director, the Middle East
Email: hussein.oteifa@ses.com
Tel: +31 70 306 4100
Fax: +31 70 306 4101
Mobile: +31 62 70 11 273
to ask if there is spare capacity as above or on any other suitable satellite.

The above is just an example.  Try Intelsat as well.  Also, if you have not already committed to buying an iDirect hub, as about leasing an existing iDirect hub rack at one of the main teleports - where your could become an iDirect VNO without delay.

I would strongly recommend that you lease transponder capacity directly from the satellite owner.  If you get offers from third parties check which satellite uplink and downlink beam names, the exact frequency range available for lease and ask who is the contact person at satellite owning organisation where you can check that the third party is the genuine lessee of the capacity, are entitled to resell and are actually paying their bills to the satellite owner, on-time, each month.

Best regards, Eric.
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Dr_Sat
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Reply #4 - Feb 23rd, 2010 at 8:24am  
Hi,

Can you send the details and prices

me24x7@hotmail.com

Regards/ Rana
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