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sat internet in cub i have contacted viasat they say we dont offer services does any one known which provider give service and is  it possible if i buy modem etc from ebay and setup dish and some one else in us buy packeg for viasat monthly and then i use his activation code in modem setting thanks
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Homeskillet

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Access to the internet in Cuba is restricted and censored by the government  Cuba is a communist country. I would suggest contacting local authorities. The USA has embargoes in place with Cuba so that probably eliminates USA based wireless internet companies from doing business there.
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i known its restricted i just want to known if i setup dish my self and buy modem from ebay can i activte  useing other user info  if its cuba or xyz other place this is my main question!
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You can't access Viasat no matter what as they do not have a beam directed at your country.
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what i am saying is if i setup dish and i got signal also does other use activation info will work on my sat modem if its cuba mexico or whatever country
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Give it up Jone

Ain't gonna happen no matter what 'trickery' you come up with
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You won't get a signal with Viasat in Cuba. Also you would need a Viasat issued modem to work with Viasat. The days of stealing satellite TV signals is long gone.
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Viasat-2 probably does cover Cuba, but very unlikely you'll get at it outside the wire on Gitmo.

HughesNet apparently does but...

https://www.montanasatellite.com/hughesnet-cuba/


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