Kacific to bring satellite broadband to 276,000 people in French Polynesia

Tuesday 3 September 2019 | 12:27 CET | News
Kacific said it will provide satellite broadband by 2020 to 276,000 people residing in French Polynesia. Kacific Broadband Satellites Group's brand new Kacific1 satellite will be launched and commissioned in the near future, bringing broadband internet through three trunks covering the Iles Australs, Iles de la Societe, Tuamotu, Gambier and Marquises. The company said it's already operating a satellite connection service in some Pacific territories, which guarantees access to the internet at affordable prices using small satellite dishes.

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Categories: Internet / Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Kacific
Countries: French Polynesia
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It's Îles Australes, not Iles Australs
Teiva @ 4/9/2019 - 09:29

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