The Direcway system has not been marketed very well and few know about it.
Yes it would meet the needs of most web-surfers, but it does not
have enough bandwidth to meet business/SOHO needs or the needs of people
hoping to get things like video-on-demand. Anyone running a server or
business or looking for video-on-demand needs more bandwidth.
No doubt about it...BPL is very attractive to those that couldn't care less
about who they "stomp" in order to get their bandwidth needs met.
On Fri, 15 Aug 2003 22:02:55 +0000, "Rob Atkinson, K5UJ" wrote:
> I believe Hughes Direcway two-way satellite internet access is not much more
> than a DSL connection now, around $60-70/month. see
> I totally do not get why people in remote areas who want high speed internet
> access do not use this service. My conclusion is that they don't know about
> it because it doesn't seem like Hughes has done much to promote it.
> Rob Atkinson
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