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Suriname (South America)

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Nov 30th, 2006 at 1:25am  
Hi there,

Am new to all of this (satellite internet connection) but i was wondering if someone could simply explain to me how to get a satellite connection for my country (Suriname, South America). Am tired of all the b*llsh*t my ISP is giving me about their connection.

Thanks in advance for all your help.
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Reply #1 - Nov 30th, 2006 at 5:04pm  
there are options for there
but check your local laws first
the antilles have some heavy taxes for satellite internet
Suriname is in within the range of
Hispasat/61/south/amazonas (SA providers) -> Nera, iDirect
PAS1r/45/south (SA providers) UnaSat?, iDirect
SM6 ?? (several NA and SA providers), DW??, iDirect
Telstar14/andean (??), ??
NSS7/South/Hispasat (SA providers)

Your best changes are in South America

try:

Datanet
1507 th Washington Street
Cala Cala Zone
Cochabamba City
Bolivia
South America

Phone : +591 4 4121651
Fax : +591 4 4121651
Cel. +591 7 1175391






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