Satellite Internet: 15Mbps, no matter where you live

Satellite Internet: 15Mbps, no matter where you live in the US
Jon Brodkin, arstechnica.com

billrdioAmerica is a land of haves and have-nots when it comes to broadband Internet. While many of us enjoy downloads speeds of 50 or even 100 Mbps, 119 million Americans lack broadband access (defined as 4Mbps down and 1Mbps up). Out of those 11…

RT @arstechnica: Satellite Internet: 15Mbps, no matter where you live in the US http://flip.it/ak1Qv by @JBrodkin http://flip.it/7NeYV

2 replies to “Satellite Internet: 15Mbps, no matter where you live

  1. Data capped & high latency plague Sat connections. If Dish can acquire Clear’s stake it will help their portfolio. DISH is planning by 2016 to be offering internet via it’s LTE network.

    1. Good point. I agree that would be a good move as satellite will always be slower/more expensive especially if we keep filling the skies with space junk! Thanks for the post..

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