I believe you'd get a better response posting at »www.satsig.net/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB ··· /YaBB.pl
. But you may have a misunderstanding about what one-way satellite internet actually is. It's not the same as satellite TV for example. Whereas the one-way satellite internet customer does in fact only receive from the satellite, there must be a return link to complete the telecommunications loop. Television doesn't need such a loop, but internet service does. And that return link is typically telephonic, most commonly dial-up. I could see that requirement being somewhat problematic in areas of Togo and Ghana.
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