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  Reply # 1965885 28-Feb-2018 14:07
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Will 777 be a free call back to earth?

 

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  Reply # 1965889 28-Feb-2018 14:12
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coffeebaron: Will this destination be included in Vodafone's $5 / day roaming please?

 

@mikehales can you please confirm :P

 

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$30M for a seat to the moon, but worried by $5 roaming fees :) 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1965890 28-Feb-2018 14:14
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I'm more worried if it gets added to our Instant Network Response list, deploying to the moon could be quite the challenge...




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Is the moon counted as Rural? Can I get RBI installed?






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  Reply # 1965912 28-Feb-2018 14:42
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Well it is 4G




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  Reply # 1965959 28-Feb-2018 15:31
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So you're saying *the moon* will have a higher average speed than an Australian NBN connection?

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  Reply # 1965966 28-Feb-2018 15:49
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mdf: So you're saying *the moon* will have a higher average speed than an Australian NBN connection?

 

GPRS is faster :P

 

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  Reply # 1965970 28-Feb-2018 15:55
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Sneakernet is faster!


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  Reply # 1965979 28-Feb-2018 16:09
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can i have a P2P link to my place? i can see the moon!





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  Reply # 1965982 28-Feb-2018 16:13
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l43a2:

 

the moon is very lucky to be getting 4G :)

 

 

Funny, Vodafone delivers 4G quicker than it has for Avalon/Naenae. BRB, move my house to the moon.





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  Reply # 1965989 28-Feb-2018 16:25
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Take care of the lunar Audi quattros! There is possibly a chance to promise you too optimistic exhaust emission numbers. wink





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  Reply # 1966037 28-Feb-2018 17:59
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Here is more to find about the project: http://ptscientists.com/





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Here's a piece on the rover from Fully Charged. 

 


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