Wafa Provides Reliable Satellite Internet Services for Soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq

WAFA is introducing new satellite internet broadband services for Hughes HX 50 and iDirect on Eutelsat W7 satellite for the Afghanistan and Middle East regions.

Kandahar, Afghanistan, March 22, 2010 --(PR.com)-- For the U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan and Iraq, lack of poor communication infrastructure poses lots of problems to communicate back home to their families and anywhere in the globe. WAFA is committed to provide high speed internet services to cater the needs of communicating them back home with their respective families.

WAFA's services offer two-way high-speed Internet access with no phone lines or any dial-up modem. It's always online , ADSL quality and affordable. The offered satellite system is ideally suited for all types of broadband requirements such as Internet , browsing,etc.

WAFA understands the needs and have taken it a step further whereby providing free satellite internet systems for the military troops, soldiers, marines in Afghanistan and Iraq.

They can share the internet connection with other users via WiFi or a basic LAN. This is an ideal solution for soldiers with a laptop in hand and connecting to Internet in their camps.

Have a look at WAFA's testimonies at , http://www.wafa.ae/en/vsat/testimonials/default.aspx

More information on http://www.wafa.ae

Wafa Technical Systems Services
Kamal Arjundas