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Internet Over VSAT

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    Default Internet Over VSAT

    VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal,is the equipmet with one Outdoor unit(Dish with LNB) & one Indoor Unit(Modem) which connects to the Internet via ISP's Earth station to Internet server .It's the most appropriate solution to get connectivity in Remote,rural areas,where no other means of connectivity are present. One can get connected to Internet world 24x7 by this service.Most of the Banking ATMs are connected by this technology only. Bandwidth plans -256Kbps/512Kbps/1Mbps with unlimited access/download are available on VSAT.
    Further for ant queries over this post ,do let me know.

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    Thanks for the info.

    Any such providers in India?

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    Yes, We can provide you the solution for Internet over VSAT ,We r business partner with Tata Net for the same.Do let me know your requirement & location or contact details.

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    Hmm thanks for the info. I shall be contacting u if the need arises

    Thanks for the offer !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post
    Thanks for the info.

    Any such providers in India?
    Welcome to VSAT Services Association Of India

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    Yes. This service is available in india. NIC and ERNET govt agencies are offreing this service. Uploading capability is very slow as it is required to trasmit data directly to satellite.

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    dear sir we were running a cyber cafe at port blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, is vsat service available in our locality if yes kindly sent us more details

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    Dear Muraj, We can also provide the VSAT internet in Andman & Nikobar Region also. please write to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nimesh.kataria View Post
    Dear Muraj, We can also provide the VSAT internet in Andman & Nikobar Region also. please write to me.
    what are the charges for vsat bandwidth for 25 Mbps if required we dont have any objection on upload we need only download for upload we uses our lease lines so how much may it cost. we have VAST with multi band frequencies earlier we are using from Star Net USA

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    Hi,
    We r looking for VSAT provider in Maharashtra, India.
    If any body can help me please mail me the details on praful.lichade@maximess.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by prafulldl View Post
    Hi,
    We r looking for VSAT provider in Maharashtra, India.
    If any body can help me please mail me the details on praful.lichade@maximess.com
    ya let me know if this is available in bokaro,jharkhand state ..many people use vsat here but i don't know which provider they use. also tell me the tarrif plan.

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    i am from tamilnadu., let me know about vsat internet., please quote with different bandwidth

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