Free Internet Access Satellite To Be Launched In 2018 Q2 For Developing Countries



The cost of subscribing to data is expensive most especially in third world countries. Several initiatives by different organizations and companies such as Facebook, Google etc have been put in place in the past to offer free internet to countries lagging behind in terms of online presence.

The quest to make free internet accessible in most of these countries have been cumbersome as local laws, policies and other stringent have made it difficult to accomplish this aim. Despite all these efforts, a roughly 53% population of the world still remain offline.

According to the latest news reports, Talia a popular satellite internet service provider in the Middle East Asia, Europe and Africa is working to make uninterrupted data a reality. Quika, whose parent company is Talia would be launching a free satellite internet service in Q2 2018.



Reports says that the satellite scheduled to be launched in 2018 Q2 will be In Africa, and subsequent launches will take place in other parts of the world like Afghanistan, Iraq, etc
To provide this free internet service, Quika will make use of her commercial activities for internet providers, enterprises, etc.

Quika uses GEO and LEO constellations to deliver low latency and high speed internet using satellites with high throughput.  Users might be charged a small setup cost at the beginning.

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1 comment:

  1. Before this will reach Ghana probably in the next 10years

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