For many people, not having access to telecommunications and Internet services is unthinkable. This is especially true for consumers who now greatly rely on the World Wide Web for many of their day to day tasks, from shopping to paying their bills to banking. For this reason, they spend a considerable portion of their budget towards these services. And for those who live in Australia’s rural areas, this usually means exorbitant payments.
Much thanks to satellite broadcasting services though, Australians living in remote places have a much better and efficient option.
Keeping residences connected
The satellite links that power these telecommunications services enable the delivery of coverage spanning the entirety of the country, which includes rural regions. They have the capability to cover massive distances that standard cable, broadband, or Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) cannot.
For standard consumers, this means having access to television and Internet services that offer the same, or even greater quality than those in metropolitan or urban areas.
Ensuring industries maintain optimal connection
Providers utilising the latest in satellite technology can cater to the optimal connectivity needs of almost any industry. This is what makes it ideal for applications conducted in maritime, mobile, public safety, public safety, government and defence emergency response, offshore, and SCADA/M2M industries.
The alternative to extremely expensive telecommunications services in rural areas
Even in cases where other connectivity options are available in remote areas, satellite still remains a better choice, particularly when it comes to pricing. Cable, broadband, and DSL services offered in rural locations cost almost the same or even more than satellite. And the service isn’t even that stable or secure, which means that users often have to deal with downtimes, resulting in lengthy disruptions.
As such, satellite broadcasting definitely provides not just a more cost-effective alternative to traditional connectivity services, but also a more stable one.