So there used to be a radio satellite service company called Worldspace https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1worldspace
It went bankrupt, and the liquidators sold the satellites back to the original founder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_Samara
Yazmi broadcast a mix of free to air radio programs between 2010-2013
In 2013 the satellites were reconfigured to broadcast Data Services OMNISAT and YAZMIDAT https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/1worldspace_radio/conversations/topics/724
In 2014 "Yamzi unveiled ‘Odyssey’, the “world’s first satellite-enabled tablet designed and developed for education” and using Yamzi’s two geostationary craft “repurposed to offer an end-to-end learning infrastructure to serve remote or otherwise unreachable students”.
Buyers of the Odyssey device (at $150 a unit) should be aware that both Worldspace satellites are well beyond their end-of-life. Afristar was launched in 1998, and AsiaStar in 2000. Both had a design life of 12 years.
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