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Broadband Everywhere has launched a new 20Mb satellite service in Scotland, in a bid to offer high-speed internet services in rural areas.

Homes and businesses can sign up for satellite broadband - delivered via SES satellite ASTRA 2F, located at the orbital location of 28.2o East - from £13 per month.

Steven Burton, Business Sales at Broadband Everywhere, claimed the service frees users from the limitations of terrestrial internet connections.

He said it brings "fast, reliable broadband anywhere", meaning households and businesses across Scotland can take advantage.

Mr Burton added that, with satellite broadband, there is no need for a phone line or dongle. Furthermore, the broadband connection is unaffected by landscape.

"If broadband is required at the top of a mountain, in the middle of a field, or simply living in a rural hamlet - this is the perfect service," he claimed.

"We know how important an internet connection has become so once we have taken someone out of the digital dark ages we want to make sure they stay there."

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