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December 3rd, 2014

Agencies + Schools To Benefit From Hughes' Helping Plans

[SatNews] Hughes Network Systems, LLC, (HUGHES) has launched new upgraded broadband satellite Internet access plans for government agencies and rural K-12 schools.

Operating over the nationwide HughesNet Gen4 service, and employing affordable customer premise equipment, the new Business Internet (BI) Select and Access Plans feature download speeds from 5Mbps up to15 Mbps and are available now. Ensuring that local, state and federal governments have the latest commercial technology available, Hughes is offering 1- and 2-year plans for the public sector, which are available for departments and agencies to purchase through the Hughes GSA Schedule and available state contracts. All plans offer Express Repair Premium and ZoneAlarm free for six (6) months. Additional maintenance package options are available as well as equipment purchase or lease.
“Government agencies need greater capacity for access to their applications and to better serve constituents,” said Tony Bardo, assistant vice president for Hughes Government Solutions. “And K-12 schools in rural America need high-speed Internet access to better equip their students for the realities of digital learning and on-line testing. Our new service plans and greater allocations during school and business hours are ideal for students, teachers, and all public servants.”
For more information regarding the new Business Internet Access and Select plans for government and K-12, please visit http://government.hughes.com/.