Canada's Xplore will provide rural areas with a homegrown choice for broadband internet with the launch of the next-generation Jupiter 3 satellite. According to Xplore, Jupiter 3 is the world's newest and largest communications satellite, developed by Hughes Network Systems to provide high-speed internet access to remote areas.
"Canadians who need or prefer to rely on satellite Internet will soon have a homegrown high-speed offering through Xplore," the company stated. Rural Canadians can look forward to an enhanced online experience, and below are some key points of the service to be offered by Xplore.
Xplore plans to connect Canadians to high-speed internet using the Jupiter 3 satellite starting this fall.
The broadband service offered by Xplore will provide speeds of up to 100 Mbps, which is a significant improvement for rural areas that often struggle with slower internet connections.
Installation and Support
Xplore announced that its broadband service will include professional installation by local professionals, ensuring a hassle-free experience for customers. Additionally, there will be 24/7 customer support based in Canada.
No Upfront Hardware Costs
One notable feature of Xplore's service is that there will be no upfront hardware costs for customers, making it more accessible for those in rural areas.
Availability and Pricing
According to Xplore, specific details about availability and pricing will be provided closer to the service launch, giving potential customers more information about their options.
As Canada takes a significant step forward in narrowing the digital divide, Xplore's broadband service via the Jupiter 3 satellite is poised to make a lasting impact on rural communities nationwide.