Satellite internet is less than ideal for mass adoption. 1. Requires a specialized device to receive signal, most deployments uses a dish for faster speed. 2. Also prone to congestion. You have 1 satellite signal serving the whole PH? Hati hati tayo? 3. Latency. Online games would be near unplayable esp for multiplayer ones. (best example is news w/ correspondent on-location "via satellite"). 4. Cost. Design and deployment cost would be passed down to consumers ouch. You need to pay pa to launch it to orbit. Satellite is still considered last-mile solution. US satellite internet can get fast but will still suffer from latency. There are developments like Elon Musk's 7,500 unit satellite system that would dot the whole world & could solve some of the problems of current gen tech but afaik, anyone in PH who proposes satellite internet for everyone is talking out of their ass. You know what else is considered last-mile? Globe's LTE@Home, which is cheap (no need for wires), scalable (LTE-A, Dual Carrier Aggregation), and readily available (uses the same tower as mobile users). Personally, I don't like it as Globe should be deploying wires. Goes to show the uphill battle Mislatel is going to face. Speculation: Here's the next trend to siphon more money off of us. Copy Verizon's "unlimited" tiers. Basic Unlimited: 480p streaming | 600kbps hotspot, (2499) Unlimited Plus: 720p streaming (3499) Unlimited Platinum: 1080p streaming (4999) It's hard to define unlimited these days.