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One way services

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May 5th, 2010 at 6:53am  
Is there still a market for One way satellite services?
If so, which markets?
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Reply #1 - May 13th, 2010 at 2:59pm  
Oneway internet has a lot of markets in the field of quota internet because they are limitless and supplement the already existing connections.

Connections such as 3G are not sustainable because they finish/use funds allocated quickly.  So one way comes in handy to complement.

Africa especially the landlocked regions where satellite internet is way up expensive at 4500$/MB is a hotspot.  I can get the same 1MB oneway download via broadsat at only 90 Euros monthly

One way internet is also under development with superb results from a one romanian company bizarnet.ro

Regards,

Malachy
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