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Aug 9th, 2013 at 10:55pm  
Hi All.
I'm living between the UK and the Belgium Ardennes. In Belgium the broadband access is pretty grim at 3mb tops and unreliable.

I reckon my download requirement would be about 10gb a month.

I'm thinking that a satellite connection might be useful in both locations, particularly in Belgium as the speed would be  significantly higher.

My immmediate thoughts are:

Will the satellite connection and hardware work in both countries?

Are the satellite speeds advertised sustainable?

I'm looking at Bentley Walker Tooway - any other competative suggestions?

Can I get the BBC in Belgium?

Any other thoughts would be welcome.

Regards.
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