For 80% of humanity, the Internet as we know it does not exist, so we built a new way to share information.
Think of how slowly your cell phone receives (or doesn't receive) data when you've gone hiking or been on a subway and you have felt the problem over 4.3 billion people face.
For most people, data is too expensive, too slow, or coverage does not exist at all.
Remember old televisions you bought with an antennae and when you turned them on you just got channels for free? That's kind of like how Outernet works, but with digital content from the web instead of television shows.
Humanity's Public Library is broadcast on seven satellites at 1 GB/day and to Europe and Africa at 100 GB/day plus a TV channel.
No account creation, no recurring fees, no hassle. Just plug in an Outernet receiver and begin see data in seconds.
Easy to use
Hundreds of millions of dishes already point at our satellites to receive TV, so receiving Outernet is easy. If not, we have built a satellite meter into our software, simplifying the dish pointing process.