While the different strands of Dish Network’s “Seinfeld method” have yet to come together officially, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Diary are stating it might be ready launch satellite-based high speed data services across the country once September or October. This would certainly be different from the service based upon ViaSat’s Exede that’s readily available in some locations, and Bloomberg‘s sources state it can accommodate up to 2 million clients without delay with a satellite Echostar launched in June, although more satellites could be had to include more customers. Besides linking information connections for customers in rural areas, it would certainly let Dish contend straight with data / TV packages delivered by wired pay-TV carriers. Of course, this is all reliant on a favorable ruling by the FCC on its modern technology– you can just ask LightSquared exactly what occurs if that doesn’t work out.
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