I really want to know the answer to your question as well.. Similar question is Inmarsat's major pricing differences between their mobile BGAN on land vs FleetBroadband on water
. My understanding with all the satellite technologies is that the company providing the service knows a general (if not exact..) location of where the subscriber's service is being provided. So whether or not if would work
with the technology, which I see no reason why it wouldn't, my big concern would be if the company providing the service would be willing to provide the lower cost service knowing you are not on land or if they would view it as "lost revenue" and suspend your service. Since this is a company policy question, unlike the technological question, it could also change at any time so even if it worked this year and your internet business became dependent on it, it might not work
with their corporate policy next year?