Anywhere in the Pacific, you can make Kacific the heart of your broadband Internet. Whether for your home, small business or to share on a wireless network, getting Kacific is easy as ABC.
A: a dish.
B: the modem equipment.
C: your existing PC, tablet or smartphone.
Gone are the days when clunky VSAT could only be fitted with expensive professional equipment for getting data from the satellite. Now consumer priced equipment lets you get download speeds up to 20 Mbps and uploads at 5 Mbps, on our cheapest monthly plan, direct to home, and unlimited monthly data. OurGigstarter antenna can deliver up to 75Mbps downlink and 5 Mbps uplink, great performance for a small dish… and the antenna price is not tied to a certain speed.
For your local wireless network, you might choose a package with up to 100 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload. Then, with an ordinary wireless Internet modem in your house or business, and wireless extenders (sometimes called “mesh” wireless networks at cheap prices from all the best tech companies like NetGear, TP-Link, Linksys, D-Link, Amazon and Google), you can make available the Internet amongst several houses or shops nearby and share the costs.
Kacific keeps the deal flexible; our plans are pay-as-you-go and you are not locked in for a long-term agreement.
Whether you are out in the country in the Philippines or PNG and New Zealand, or on a Pacific island with no Internet at all, Kacific makes it all possible. Netflix, Google, YouTube, email and social media? Bring it on.
Get started. Get gigabytes. Get GigStarter.
Marcus Bicknell is Senior Marketing Advisor to Kacific Broadband Satellites; he was commercial director of the world’s first privately-funded satellite operator SES Astra from April 1986 and was a Non-Executive Director 2005-2018. The views expressed in the article are his own.
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