IPStar satellite is set to launch August 11CANBERRA, Australia - The Thai-owned IPStar satellite is set to launch Aug. 11 to bring broadband Internet and other telecom services to a vast swath of Asia and the Pacific Rim. IPStar, whose original launch date of July 7 was postponed due to technical difficulties, will provide a footprint covering an area including China, Australia, India and New Zealand once in orbit. The satellite operator has reached agreements with telecom firms in India, Australia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Laos and China to provide connection speeds of up to 4Mbps from the satellite and 2Mbps to the satellite. The unit, which will be the largest commercial telecom satellite in orbit, weighs 6.5 tons.Any info schemes they might have? I might go for them if they have a reasonable FAP(download limit)..Since its satellite Uploads n latency should be bad..but d/ls should be good..