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Tsunami And Hurricane Relief With Satellite Internet

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Starting with last year, we saw the devastation caused by the 
Tsunami.  Entire communities were wiped out, leaving people in 
remote areas without any way to access the world to ask for help.

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Distribution Date and Time: Tue Feb 14 07:02:39 EST 2006

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Copyright:      2006
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Tsunami And Hurricane Relief With Satellite Internet
Copyright © 2006 Jacob Minett
WildBlue Satellite

Starting with last year, we saw the devastation caused by the 
Tsunami.  Entire communities were wiped out, leaving people in 
remote areas without any way to access the world to ask for help. 
Then, Katrina hit, again, causing such massive destruction, 
followed by Rita.  The result has been cable and DSL service 
being completely obliterated, with much of it still down.  This 
means people are still in the Mississippi and Louisiana areas 
without connection to the outside world.

While satellite internet technology can help in a number of 
situations, this is by far one of the most beneficial.  The 
reason is that unlike traditional internet technology, satellite 
internet does not use cables.  Instead, satellite internet uses 
a small, 2-way satellite dish.

For the survivors of natural disasters, this means with just two 
to three hours of labor, a connection to the outside world is 
made. Although the technology is high-tech, the price can be very 
affordable.  This means people in these devastated areas can 
still use computers to reach family and friends, letting them 
know their safety status without it cost a fortune.

Satellite internet also means that police departments, fire 
stations, hospitals, nursing homes, and other types of businesses 
can reach whomever they need, no longer being isolated. The 
computer is connected using an Ethernet to the satellite modem. 
Once connected and the satellite mini-dish in place, you will 
have high-speed internet access.  Best of all, this connection 
can be made with a wireless hub, or if you prefer, a router with 
the satellite modem, connecting wirelessly.

Today, satellite internet service is fast and affordable. With 
this, individuals in remote areas that have not been able to 
reach outside resources any other way can connect quickly and 

If you have been one of the victims of the Tsunami, Katrina, or 
Rita, and find that you still cannot gain access to the internet 
because of so much damage to the existing infrastructure, then 
consider satellite internet to get you up and running for a price 
you can afford.  The service provided is exceptional, with each 
setup being made specifically for the customer so you have top 
quality service and performance.  With satellite internet, you 
can get in touch with family and friends, making that important 

Satellite internet will also provide you with the means for 
obtaining dental, medical, education, or other types of records 
destroyed.  You can contact people to order supplies, furniture, 
medication, and so on, simply by connecting to the internet. 
Rather than feel as if you have been forgotten and isolated 
because of the natural disaster, use your computer to take back 
control of your life, putting the pieces back together so you can 
move forward, not remain stuck where you are.  Satellite internet 
can help you accomplish just that!

Jacob Minett has been in the satellite industry for over 
11 years and is currently helping people get surfing via 
satellite internet every day. If satellite internet sounds 
like a solution to your problem then please visit 
<a href="";>WildBlue Satellite</a> at:



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