Internet in International Waters

28. November 2023

By international waters, we mean areas of the sea beyond the territorial waters of any specific country.

These are areas not under the jurisdiction of any country and are considered open seas.

Previously, the Internet was only available through satellite communications.
There are also dedicated satellite networks and systems designed to provide Internet and communications services to maritime users.

Thus, Internet access on the open sea is more expensive than on the mainland because of the cost of satellite communications and the limited bandwidth available.
Ships must pay for data usage, which can lead to high costs for businesses and individuals.

AirInternet SD-WAN has improved and made affordable Internet access on the open sea.
By combining provider-independent mobile connections, costs remain low and accessibility high.

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