How to have internet in a remote place ?

Hi Experts,
This customer has exploration camps in a few remote locations... middle of jungle south america or middle of deserts same south america...... is there any way to have satelital internet ? what companies provide this service? any website?
Becuase the local ISP simply not interested in getting there and does not have any service.
Please your advice.
Regards,
RGuillermoProject ManagerAsked:
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aboo_sCommented:
Cellular internet.
Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
Hughes seems to have the most affordable options:
http://wafa.ae/en/vsat/products/hx/satellite-internet-hughes-hx50.aspx

These guys also offer service throughout South American, but they are FAR more expensive than the Hughes options:
http://www.groundcontrol.com/South_America_Satellite_Internet.htm
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Also look at In Reach

http://www.delorme.com/

This is primarily for messaging but might be adaptable. It will be very expensive for true internet.

I have a Nokia CS-18 for most areas that gives me 3G internet (4G in local areas) and it is pricey enough for a monthly contract.
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Michael-BestCommented:
You will need a service provider such as WAFA:
Link:
http://www.wafa.ae/en/default.aspx 

WAFA
Uses Hughes, iDirect and ViaSat VSAT terminals, over premium Ka, Ku and C Band satellites

One  package option is:
Explorer 510 BGAN Terminal
http://www.groundcontrol.com/BGAN_Explorer_510.htm
Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
AFAIK, for satellite internet in South America you have only 2 providers: Inmarsat and Iridium.

Both will cost you, but can provide the service:
Inmarsat:
Terminal: http://www.satphonestore.com/tech-browsing/inmarsat-nav/bgan/terminals/thrane-explorer-500.html
Cost per MB: between $2.99 and $6.25

Iridium:
Terminal: http://www.satphonestore.com/tech-browsing/iridium-nav/iridium-go/iridium-go-global-online-smartphone-access1.html
Unlimited data plans starting from $124.95/mo

HTH,
Dan

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RGuillermoProject ManagerAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all Experts!!
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