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Bentley Walker launches Hughes network on AB2

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May 24th, 2013 at 4:24pm  
Next week Bentley Walker will be launching their new Hughes network over South America on AB2!!

The new Hughes service offers on demand streaming on the highly robust HX90 modem with fantastic coverage meaning a 1.2m dish is suitable across all of the footprint.

To mark the occasion CEO Anthony Walker is offering a 10% discount on all subscription activated by resellers before July 30th! If you are already a reseller of Bentley Walker or you're interested in becoming a reseller please contact our sales team on sales@bentleywalker.com for more information and to place an order.

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Reply #1 - May 25th, 2013 at 11:58am  
The new AB2 service will allow us to revolutionize KU-Band services across South America.

We feel that due to the atmospheric conditions in some parts of south america, the KU-Band service will be more preferable to any KA-band network due to its higher resilience to bad weather.... so we are happy to announce that we can offer KA-Band pricing and KA-Band speeds for this KU-Band network!

Contact us for more information.

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