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July 10th, 2013

SES and NordNet. On-Demand Offering Calls In The ASTRA 2F (SatBroadcasting™—Capacity)

[SatNews] SES (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) has announced that its long-standing partner NordNet has developed a new, on-demand ,satellite broadband offering, for which it contracted additional Ka-band capacity on the SES satellite ASTRA 2F. The solution, based on SES Broadband Services’ technology, offers download speeds of up to 20 Mbit/s for second residences and holiday homes in France and is marketed in France.

NordNet’s offering, called “Satellite Internet Tempo,” is an on-demand Internet access, which is available with a monthly subscription of 3 euros. With this subscription, customers can order an iInternet pass for 2.99 euros per day. The offer also includes a permanent Voice over IP telephone connection and, with the help of the included television-LNB, access to television channels from the ASTRA orbital slot 19.2 degrees East.