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Wanted: small dish VSAT service in East Africa

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Mar 3rd, 2016 at 8:57pm  
I want to know about Satellite Broadband provider for East Africa with strong beam coverage where users can use 2 feet or less diameter antenna dish.

1. Two-way satellite broadband in mainly Ka or Ku-Bands,( similar services to Yahsat from Middle East  or Tooway UK)

2. One-way downlink in Ka or Ku band with more speed choices at affordable prices.( Eg similar to Broadsat from Italy)

Best Regards, K. Rozario
email: pipune@gmail.com

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Rozario
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Reply #1 - Mar 17th, 2016 at 4:38pm  
Anyone any suggestion!!!!
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Reply #2 - Jun 3rd, 2016 at 9:36am  
Dear Rozario, if you tell me exact countries you want service, there are other options aside of Yahsat as well. I will be happy to inform you about other Ka Band options. Although difficult to use an antenna smaller than 2 feet ( 74cm would be enough in most of available beams)
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Reply #3 - Jun 11th, 2016 at 2:58pm  
Hello Rozario,

There is hylas2 internet similar to yahclick for East Africa and South Africa at low cost using the 76cm antenna. this will be two way internet categorized as low cost.

I intend to roll services similar to Broadsat most likely in the last quarter of this year using forsway technology for East Africa on both Ka and Ku Band.  This project is dubbed hybrid because it uses existing return channels with higher downloads upto 40mbps.  If you are planning a larger deployment, we can team up and roll it much earlier than anticipated.

Malachy Ekal
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