The Myth of Free Satellite Internet

There’s a saying that free cheese is only found in a mousetrap. This saying is constantly confirmed in relation to the Internet, where music portals offer free unlimited downloads of selected compositions, but first, you have to send an SMS to a number specified on the site. There are also very enticing offers of absolutely free hosting, which impose such restrictions on the user that taking advantage of this “freebie” becomes practically impossible. Each user can find enough examples of such situations in our network.

However, there are exceptions to every rule that deserve careful consideration, and sometimes these exceptions promise us very substantial benefits. One such exception is free satellite Internet.

Firstly, it’s important to note that there is no such thing as completely free Internet – you will never be able to browse the web without spending a single penny. Free satellite Internet involves minimal connection fees with very high download speeds. In some cases, satellite Internet plans are even cheaper than dedicated lines and several times cheaper than modem connections. Despite the very low cost of incoming traffic, the user gets very high speed and practically the most reliable and secure connection.

In addition, satellite Internet has two other features that are absolutely free.

One of these features is the ability to download programs, movies, and music absolutely for free. To understand how this actually works, we need to consider the method by which data is sent from the satellite to the computer. A request is sent to the provider via ground communication lines or via GPRS, and the response comes from the satellite. However, since the satellite is physically unable to transfer data to each of its subscribers, it broadcasts them across its entire coverage area. Each piece of information contains a unique number corresponding to the unique address of the receiver included in the satellite equipment kit for Internet connection. If the numbers match, this information is downloaded to your computer; if not, it is ignored. The free download of data involves intercepting the entire flow of information from the satellite using special programs. In this case, all intercepted information will be free for you.

Another feature of completely free satellite Internet is satellite television. With a satellite dish, you get unlimited access to unique TV channels. These channels are divided into free and paid channels; to view paid channels, you need a unique code. Only in our country can you find not just hundreds of free channels, but also the opportunity to watch European television. And most importantly, you don’t have to pay for any of this with satellite Internet.