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Depending on the game, your experience may be ok or you may not be able to play at all. For the most part, fast action games with multiple players do not have a good response. You may find that single player games work better. Many different factors affect game performance including your location. Remember that software updates and downloaded content use up your data allowance quickly.
Satellite Internet service is available everywhere, even in areas with slow DSL and where fiber and cable options will not reach. With satellite Internet, the signal is sent from a satellite to a satellite dish mounted on your property, which connects to a modem inside. The modem includes Wi-Fi so that your phone, computer and other Wi-Fi devices can connect to the Internet. Satellite Internet is available wherever you live, even if you live in a rural area where cable or fiber lines are unavailable.
Step 1: A request for a Web page is sent from your computer to a satellite about 22,000 miles out in space. At this altitude, the satellite's period of rotation (24 hours) matches the Earth's, and the satellite always remains in the same spot over the Earth (geosynchronous orbit). Because Internet via satellite is so technologically advanced, this distance hardly makes a difference, even with rural Internet connections.

Step 2: The satellite contacts the network Operations Center (NOC) which locates the specific Website you have requested.

Step 3: The Website beams the information back along the same path to the Network Operations Center, then to the satellite, and then to your computer through your dish and modem. Although the signal travels a great distance, there is only a fraction of a second delay during this transmission. This is similar to delay you may have experienced when using a cell phone. In most cases, this delay (latency) isn't apparent while surfing online.
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