Are you traveling in a boat or RV, without
Internet, assuming there is no option for you? Well, today is
your lucky sea-faring day because satellite Internet is
available even for you too. Just like a "grounded" customer, as
long as you have electricity, a clear view of the southern sky,
and live within the contiguous United States you are ready for
exceptionally fast broadband connection. "Available anywhere"
means anywhere, even at sea. And though you love to be on the
move, there is no reason to not be connected to those who you
have left behind. Besides, if you are headed to a town or port
you have never been to, using the Internet to find where you
will eat dinner could mean the difference between eating in a
tourist trap or alternatively a local favorite.
Are you a Mac user dubious to compatibility?
Fear not, there is room for you a Mac user like you too. Most
satellite internet broadband is compatible with Mac OS 10.1 or
higher (10/100 Ethernet connectivity is also required).
Are you a student who is avoiding heavy
research because of your slow dial-up or a teacher in a remote
classroom without access to the Internet? In an ever changing,
fast-paced world, quickly accessing research documents, emails,
and other vital information is just that: vital. Especially for
a student, you cannot lose precious time waiting for dial-up or
waiting to download documents the next time you are at school or
university. For teachers, Internet access is not just a personal
goal, but an educational necessity. Sustainable, fully
operational satellite broadband service could make the
difference in the lives of your students and their families.
Socially, fast access to Internet, not just for one person, but
for a classroom, can level out some social and economic
disadvantages of living in rural parts of the countries.
Whether you are a Mac user or a rural
teacher, an traveling salesman or a homemaker in a remote part
of the contiguous United States, satellite internet broadband is
available anywhere and can serve as an invaluable personal,
social, and educational tool. In today's world we all need to be
connected: to family, to friends, to the political happenings of
our nation and abroad, to fun, to local events, and fortunately,
the Internet can connect us to these and other important