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KVH launches broadband promotion

KVH Industries introduced its "Writing on the Wall" promotion, which offers as much as three free months of air time for current Inmarsat customers who want to switch to KVH’s mini-VSAT Broadband service.

“Old L-band maritime Satcom services like Inmarsat cost too much and don’t offer the bandwidth necessary to meet the needs of today’s leisure and commercial mariners. With this new promotion, mariners will enjoy significant upfront savings when choosing one of KVH’s price-effective, mini-VSAT Broadband air time plans,” Brent Bruun, KVH’s senior vice president for sales and business development, said in a statement.

“We look forward to upgrading current Inmarsat customers to the affordability and convenience of our mini-VSAT Broadband solution. For less than $50 a month, mariners can now bring the power and speed of next-generation VSAT onboard and enjoy the additional benefit of up to three months of free air time,” he added.

The promotion is available through Dec. 31.

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