Viasat for business

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Appears to be a new Viasat initiative afoot...

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...

Bev. You might have to get a business account again. It might be a better deal!
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Ugh, yeah might be but, not sure we (Viasat and I) want to go through the erroneous charges for non returned equipment AGAIN. I also don't know that I want to be on a large beam of VS2, small beam isn't available here. For now, my Unlimited Silver on VS1 is fine and, if I switch, I can't get this plan back so, I'll hang tight for a while.
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This is NOT for areas covered in the Large Beams....only the small, high intensity beams. 

Andy
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So basically in areas where businesses will already have other options for internet.
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You learn very quickly grasshopper.

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What if you build it and nobody comes?
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That's interesting.

My bet is they will make a play to support wifi over the Pacific with this. It certainly makes sense for that.