From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
I got this new kind of satellite internet dish last fall in Arizona, and got it working when “home” in Florida for the holidays, visiting my family. My earlier report covered its blazing speed and gigantic data allotment.
That’s all fine and well, but the real test is… how does it do out on the road? The whole purpose of mobile satellite internet is to be able to get connected no matter where you are – if you can’t do that, it’s useless. I needed to test it out as I moved around the country.
The difference between the old Hughesnet and Starband satellite internet systems and the new one is modern technology.
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