Tariam has reduced the cost of installing its domestic satellite broadband system, in a move which could encourage service adoption.
The European broadband provider is attempting to improve the accessibility of its Homenet solution by allowing customers to organise their system own set-up.
While the hardware and airtime packages remain the same, users will now be able save money by sourcing their own installation engineer.
Tariam's Managing Director Andrew Walwyn said that with up to 40 per cent reductions in set-up costs now available, satellite broadband will become an even more attractive proposition for UK businesses.
"Our services don't discriminate by location, and are much more reliable than ADSL," he stated.
"We guarantee 3.6Mb anywhere in Europe as well, something the traditional broadband providers cannot offer."
Tariam's satellite broadband packages start at £35 a month for 3.6Mb download speeds.