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He added that the ViaSat-2 satellite is due to come online this summer and plans are under way for the launch of the first ViaSat-3 satellite, scheduled to come into service in 2020.

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That article is talking about Viasat-2 for in-flight internet. Different from residential service.
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Stephen Rice

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Plenty of time to buy cheap stock before summer.
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johnny c

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At 72 years young or old, i could care less about V3, Let's get V2 operating.
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Mark here

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Stephen, I've got a great tip on some stock in a company that's planning on offering 1-way trips to Mars this summer! Are you in?    ;-)
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Stephen Rice

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I remember a company claiming they were going to do just that by the year 2014. I told my friends it was a scam to get money and I was correct.

If I remember correctly the company claimed they were going to turn the mission into a reality tv show.
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Mars One was the company.


They have nothing and keep pushing their target dates back, just like Elio Motors. Its a scam.
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“JetBlue and Qantas have the power of using a single supplier for their IFC,” he said. “Providing a service is important, but the secret of success is to ensure you can keep on providing it — day in, day out.” Don Buchman

Wish this secret to success would carry over to the residential side of their business. Viasat is not even close in providing a service day in and day out for their residential market!!!