$US200m startup promises Kiwis cheaper broadband via satellite but …

Kacific says it will launch a new satellite service by late 2016 that will cover several Pacific nations including New Zealand, offering much cheaper internet than today’s options.

The new company is targeting the rural market.

CEO Christian Patouraux tells NBR his company will wholesale bandwidth at a price that should see retail internet service providers offering monthly plans with data charged at the rate of $5 a gigabyte (GB).


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