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New 20Mbps SES UK Satellite ISP Launches Called Broadband Everywhere

Wednesday, Jul 31st, 2013 (10:23 am) - Score 4,598

Box Limited, an IT and technology sales company, has today announced the launch of its own satellite ISP called Broadband Everywhere. As with some other providers this new one also makes use of the SES Broadband Services platform, which offers internet download speeds of up to 20Mbps.

The service, which could easily be confused with another satellite provider of a similar name (Broadband Wherever), is powered by Ka-band capacity on the SES ASTRA 2F satellite located at the orbital position 28.2 degrees East. This should be further boosted when the next ASTRA 2E spacecraft launches in September 2013.

Jason Fernyhough of BroadbandEverywhere told ISPreview.co.uk:

BroadbandEverywhere frees users from the limitations of terrestrial Internet connections, and brings fast, reliable broadband, anywhere. It enables high-speed Internet without a phone line or mobile dongle, unaffected by landscape. If broadband is required at the top of a mountain, in the middle of a field, or simply living in a rural hamlet – this is the perfect service.

With BroadbandEverywhere you can stop living in the dark ages. With your own static UK IP address you can access all the sites that you’ve never been able to use because they require fast download speeds – such as BBC iPlayer, Netflix and more. We can even fit special dishes to motorhomes and caravans which, along with the UK IP address, means you can always access UK sites such as the BBC without issue, wherever you are.”

Prices for the new service are unsurprisingly almost identical to other SES based resellers and start from £13 a month for a 4Mbps (0.5Mbps uploads) package with a 4GB usage allowance (it costs £7 if you want to reset this back to zero in any given month) and free activation (saves £30).

Meanwhile the top 20Mbps (2Mbps upload) package with unlimited usage will set you back £70 a month. A 12 month contract applies to all. It should also be noted that unmetered off-peak usage (midnight-6am) can be added to all their packages for an extra £6.00 per month.

As usual though the biggest cost is often with installation and the hardware alone is £300. Plus a standard installation will set you back £149. Take note that it is also possible to “rent” this kit as part of the service but this increases the monthly prices (e.g. the entry-level 4Mbps option goes from £13 to £29 a month).

Customers can also expect to get free internet security and a static UK IP address (it’s very important to have a UK address on Satellite).

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