Category Archives for Satellite Internet

DirecTV options for the replacement of the Weather Channel

Recently we reported that DirecTV was dropping the Weather channel from its programming list. In light of these developments, the company has recently unveiled a number of new weather services for it subscribers. The suite of products includes a feature that allows subscribers to access local weather reports at any time of the day. Critics […]

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Sony To Launch Cloud TV In 2014

If Sony manages to secure the required rights to launch a new pay – TV service, it will do what several companies have failed to do in the past. This is to launch an Internet based TV services that will allow subscribers to move away from the traditional cable and satellite providers bundles. The president […]

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DirecTV And NFL Negotiate New Deal After 2014 Season

DirecTV and the National Football League (NFL) have finally agreed to negotiate for the renewal of the satellite TV operator’s contract. The contract allows them to screen the NFL Sunday Ticket football package that is used to attract numerous subscribers to the TV network. Apparently they are still in “material negotiations” and have extended their […]

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Satellite Provides High Speed Internet To Rural Neighborhoods In Texas

Citizens of Lamar County, Texas now have access to high speed Internet services and unlimited phone services. This is after the problem of a lack of high speed Internet services in the area was solved by providing the citizens with the new Gen4 satellite technology. This technology allows them to deliver up to 15 Mb […]

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Richard Bay Gets Affordable Internet

  Maxwell Technology, a satellite Internet and data solution company, is now providing its services to Northern Kwa – Zulu Natal. It will now make satellite Internet accessible to the residents of Richards Bay and its surrounding locations. Maxwell Technology will be partnering with Cable wise, to provide Internet services, and communication infrastructure in places […]

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