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    Setting up an Internet Connection

    Hi All,

    I will be in Sawaang Daen Din visiting the in-laws in November / December 2010, and am planning to set up an internet connection at the house. I'm told that landlines are impossible to get, and that satellite is the way to go. Does anybody have any experience with this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    you can do it easier and cheaper using DTAC telecoms, as long as there is a decent signal

    they sell a dongle for your USB and you just pay what you use

    of course, if DTAC do9esn't have a signal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    do9esn't
    Are you suffering from fat finger syndrome DrA?

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    We also stay in a rural situation with no landlines. we use cat telecom cdma 850 thb a month. it works good, not the high speed ADSL but usable download 950 bt only have some problems with the streaming of some videos.


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    TOT telecom

    I live in nakhon phanom I have a TOT line 4mb internet conection b590 a month not sure if avalable country wide yet


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    That uses a landline which the OP doesn't have

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