Talia–a popular satellite internet provider in Middle East Asia, Africa, and Europe–is working to deliver on its promise to make uninterrupted data a reality. Quika, a child-company of Talia, is launching a free satellite internet service in 2018 Q2.
The free satellite internet service will be first launched in Africa, and it’ll be followed by subsequent launches in other parts of the world like Afghanistan, Iraq, etc.
In case you’re wondering how Quika will support this free internet infrastructure, they’re planning to do so with the help of Quika’s commercial activities for internet providers, enterprises, etc. It might also be possible that users may have to pay a basic deposit or setup cost at the beginning.
As per the press release, Quika uses GEO and LEO constellations to deliver low latency and high-speed internet using satellites with high throughput.
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