Is Satellite an alternative to broadband without a phone?

Satellite broadband requires the installation of a satellite dish at your home and is a useful alternative if you don’t have or can’t get a phone line at your property.

Satellite broadband packages are more expensive also have download limits.  Satellite broadband connections are also susceptible to lag (which is also known as latency) due to the time it takes for the signal to travel to and from the satellite.


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