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Eutelsat switches on Tooway broadband satellite

eutelsat Eutelsat has announced that its Tooway broadband service via the KA-SAT satellite is now live in Europe, providing a new option for those in rural broadband not-spots who are stuck in.. more
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Eutelsat’s KA-SAT ready for December launch

Paris-based Eutelsat Communications has announced that its KA-SAT satellite has been flown to the Baikonour Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and is on track for a 20 December launch. The Astrium-built satellite will.. more
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Tooway chosen for French satellite broadband

The satellite broadband provider, Tooway, has been chosen to provide broadband services in France by the French Telecoms provider SFR. As in the UK, France also has areas where broadband connections.. more
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Eutelsat broadband for Ireland

Satellite broadband will be used in Ireland in order to provide complete coverage, even in areas where broadband is currently an impossibility. The Tooway satellite broadband service, from the comms firm Eutelsat, will be supplied through Satellite Broadband Ireland and is expected to reach around.. more
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Eutelsat’s Tooway to get speed increase

As the government commits to providing a universal broadband service to all homes throughout the UK, some providers are stepping up to the plate. In order to reach those locations that are simply too far away from the nearest exchange, it seems that satellite broadband.. more
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Satellite broadband launches in UK

Broadband satellite technology means that people living in rural Britain will soon have access to high speed broadband of up to 10Mbps. Eutelsat, the company launching the service, currently offers ‘Tooway’ satellite broadband at speeds of up to 2Mbps. The service costs £30 per month,.. more
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