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hesNet Pennsylvania is a very secure, super fast, two-way High-Speed Satellite Internet Connection. Two-way technology allows High speed satellite internet data to be transferred and received from the internet via HughesNet's satellites.

This brand new technology spares you from waiting, slow phone lines, expensive ISDN lines, or cable companies.

The connection is always on and available. Forget about waiting for a file to download, with HughesNET Pennsylvania Satellite Internet Service it will now take just seconds - including web pages, MP3 music, email, attachments, and streaming video and audio.

HughesNET Pennsylvania Satellite Internet vs. Dial-up

Satellite Internet versus dial-up? There's no match for HughesNet's reliable satellite internet service.

Don't let low-speed dial-up delays or dropped connections irritate you. Switch to HughesNet's always-on satellite internet connection and surf at speeds up to 50 times higher than dial-up.

You and your family can gain instant access to high-speed Internet access simultaneously. The broadband connection plan rates will match any budget.

Explore and Discover, Communicate and Learn, Sell and Buy, Share and Receive Online-with download speeds of up to 2Mbps, you call the shots!

Compare plans, prices and sign up right online .

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Confused about all the new terminology?

fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC) - The deployment of fiber optic cable from a central office to a platform serving numerous homes. The home is linked to this platform with coaxial cable or twisted pair (copper wire). Each fiber carries signals for more than one residence, lowering the cost of installing the network versus fiber to the home.

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