Some truth at last!!!

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Finally! The beans have been spilled!!! Feast your eyes on this!!!
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Nathan Hart

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A 50% failure in proper antenna deployment is not a good thing. Then Viasat announces "unlimited" plans with less priority data than before.

Soooo....let the countdown begin on when Viasat-3 will launch.
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RE: failure.... antenna

I think issue is related to two beams having irregular beam-pattern...article noted they need equipment on the ground (more users) to determine specifics.

Something like a beam's reflector (cone shape) is deformed...I would assume their van crossed US, and stopped around beam's boresight, and a few other outer locations.
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John-David Lee Riopel

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Well I knew that Viasat -2 was just stop gap solution for now. And when Viasat - 3 is launch and up in functioning properly Viasat will hopefully offer better speed improvements and higher priority data options.
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Virgil Teffeteller

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Yep like they done this time and like they was suppose to the time before this one.
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Viasat better hurry up and let us know what plans we can expect with Viasat 3.

Meanwhile, I will keep bragging about my Liberty 12 plan.