“Satellite Internet” — Well, it’s still a quite rare term to hear about but this certainly is about to become a commonly talked-about thing in the near future. It’s not uncommon to have erratic Internet connection at your home or office where the signals are sent to your device via cable lines and get routed to your computer through a routing device.
As they say, “Anything that is free is worth saving up for.” The implication is, of course, that you get what you pay for! Is this the case with free-to-air satellite television? It is free of monthly bills and equipment rentals, but after you purchase your equipment, do you see a “return on investment” in terms of entertainment? Some potential FTA users are skeptical that they will be able to find programming that meets their needs, or that fills the void left by commercial satellite or cable packages. If you do tune in to FTA, what will you be seeing?