Re: [pacnog] BGAN Satellite Broadband services
- To: John Jack <johnj at vanuatu dot gov dot vu>, "picisoc at picisoc dot org" <picisoc at picisoc dot org>, Terry Rupeni <terry.rupeni at gmail dot com>, "pacnog@pacnog org" <pacnog at pacnog dot org>
- Subject: Re: [pacnog] BGAN Satellite Broadband services
- From: Fuatai Purcell <fuataiselafi at yahoo dot co dot nz>
- Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2015 20:07:17 -0700
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Yes those were the BGANs we sent you. Ten of them which hopefully are on their way to Fiji UNDP already.
We also sent BGANs to Micronesia.
Im not sure who you can it from in the Pacific. Inmasat is the supplier and coverage is global. You can use BGANs from anywhere in the the world. I have a good stock of bgans because when the telco networks are desyroyed during disasters BGANs provides fast Internet for data etc. I was in myanmar recently and I also took bgans which are distributed to flood affected communities.
I have a project in the Pacific covering 11 countries including Solomon Islands where a BGAN will be allocated for use when disaster strikes. So check Inmarsat dot com and see if they have agents in the Pacific. I think the have an agent in Australia.
Gisa Fuatai Purcell
Head, Emergency Telecommunicationz
Place des Nation