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Cardiff, 26th April 2016 – Global Teleports is launching VipEvent, a new event broadband service, at the Welsh Business Show: Cardiff on 28th April.

VipEvent allows event organisers to offer satellite broadband coverage to customers during events. Those attending or participating at the event will be able to sign up to a choice of different packages to gain broadband access for a given length of time or the duration of the entire event.

Global Teleports is able to cover the entire UK geography with its satellite broadband service, meaning event organisers can deliver broadband, even for the most rural events. At the Welsh Business Show, Global Teleports will be presenting the technology and equipment that enables this new service.

“Event organisers are under increasing pressure to give customers broadband access,” commented Roger Boddy, CEO, Global Teleports. “This is particularly challenging in rural areas, where it is also more crucial, with often very little mobile coverage.”

Global Teleports will also be demonstrating how the smart management software works with google maps to enable event organisers or other customers, to carefully plan wifi coverage for their required network.

Global Teleports will be exhibiting on stand #18 at the Welsh Business Show: Cardiff.

About Global Teleports

Global Teleports provides broadband connectivity with full triple play (voice, data, video) service capability, managed from a single point of contact. This means savings to its customers, who also benefit from faster downlink speeds.

Founded in 1998, Global Teleports is headquartered at Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire from where they manage a wholly owned, IP centric global infrastructure linking hubs in three countries giving direct access to satellites over the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans delivering their managed global service capability.

For more information, please visit http://globalteleports.com

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