Deciphering Broadband at Sea:
The Series


Deciphering Broadband at Sea:
The Series

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Four Tough Questions You Must Ask Any Satellite Communications Provider

Modern fleets rely on maritime satellite services, but it’s hard to know what you’re getting for the price you pay. Fleet operators have been drawn to so-called “unlimited” fixed-price data plans in their search for affordable delivery of critical information and entertainment, but are these plans really unlimited? Consider these points:

  • Satellite bandwidth capacity and access speed mean two different things

  • The best plans are the most transparent and offer tools for easily monitoring data usage

  • Customers are in control when offered an end-to-end approach that encompasses every step of data flow

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The "Deciphering Broadband at Sea" Series

Fleet operators, IT managers, HR directors: The “Deciphering Broadband at Sea” Series is designed to help you in your maritime broadband decision-making process. In this series, learn: 
  • Strategies for making bandwidth available for every onboard need
  • The real costs of Internet access at sea
  • How connectivity affects recruitment and retention of seafarers
  • How to develop a realistic assessment of your onboard SATCOM needs
  • And much more
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The "Deciphering Broadband at Sea" Series

Fleet operators, IT managers, HR directors: The “Deciphering Broadband at Sea” series is designed to help you in your maritime broadband decision-making process. In this series, learn: 
  • Strategies for making bandwidth available for every onboard need
  • The real costs of Internet access at sea
  • How connectivity affects recruitment and retention of seafarers
  • How to develop a realistic assessment of your onboard SATCOM needs
  • And much more
captain