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Free Upgrade to Hughes HX - DVS2 in Africa

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Sep 30th, 2009 at 4:36pm  
Our new DVB-S2 with ACM services is approximately 80% more efficient than the old DVB-S standard and this is reflected in the quality of service that you receive on our HX50 platform.

We have coverage into most parts of Africa [ Except Eastern African Region ] on T-11 and W3A satellite with extremely powerful beams

Any older Hughes' DW7000s etc. can be upgraded to our New Hughes HX DVS2 platform with free hardware* [ * Terms and Conditions Apply ]

Pls contact us for more details on : sales@wafa.ae

Potential dealers can visit us in Gitex 2009 and arrange prior meetings as well.

Our website is http://www.wafa.ae

regards
Wafa Sales Team
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Reply #1 - Oct 2nd, 2009 at 8:25pm  
Do you lock your modems  to only your network ?

Can you work with modems from other network  ?
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Reply #2 - Oct 3rd, 2009 at 11:30am  
Sir
Yes we do as also only we are the only HX NOC in associate with our UK office.

Unlike iDirect where resellers eventually never ever make any money because people keep jumping from one provider to another provider.

We assure our services are first class plus modems locked so our dealers are always having loyalty from their end users.

We have total of 5,000 activated HX units - which fully prove our credentials.
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Reply #3 - Oct 5th, 2009 at 7:05am  
So that means  my customers cant move from Iway to your network  using same equipment ?

All i have to do now is change them to iDirect x3  since you cant accept them ?
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