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Wise Heads Required

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Aug 11th, 2013 at 8:21pm  
I have been a satellite broadband user (have had  Oyster and Crystop 80cm Automatic systems in my motorhomes ) for the past 4 years using IPcopter from Germany and beyondDSL in the UK. Neither company at present offer the volume I need as my preference has been astra3 23.5 because of its large footprint. We use the service for business and have done so from greece to the algarve and northern scotland

I can go to the Astra 2 and get speed and volume but the foot print by comparison with 3 is narrow.

Does anyone have any info/suggestions on providers who might offer pan euro coverage with 10 15 gb volume. I would happily change my modem/ iLNB to do this. Trouble is most sales people have no idea what I am talking about.

Your help is appreciated

barry
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